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Tanglewood Presents Powerhouse Programs
Andris Nelson leads a program Friday night on 'Why Music Matters.' This week, Tanglewood continues its high energy 2018 classical season with a powerhouse pair of programs performed by the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra (TMCO) and the Boston Pops, with guest artists the TMC vocal Fellows and the Boston University
Pittsfield Looks To Crack Down On False Burglar Alarms
Councilor at Large Melissa Mazzeo said the number of false alarms is 'staggering' but she disagreed with adding another fee to homeowners who have security systems. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Police Department is looking to crack down on false burglar alarms.   Chief Information Officer Mike Steben said
Old and New Favorites in Coming Up
Jerry Noble and Friends are playing at Sevenars on Sunday, Aug. 12. There are both old and new favorites on the horizon for this second week of August. Get ready for a revival of "She Loves Me," "The Wedding Singer," Melissa Manchester and Air Supply, plus a jazz afternoon at Sevenars. Here is a wide range
CHP Gets Support for 'Reach Out & Read' Initiative
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Community Health Programs has participated in the nationwide program "Reach Out & Read" for more than 15 years. CHP is committed to supporting families in the Berkshires and beyond by keeping its Reach Out & Read program alive and well. A new study in Pediatrics featuring Reach Out
Prescription for Better Health: Community Health Centers Like CHP
This past year, with strong bipartisan support, Congress invested nearly $10 billion in the nation's 1,400 community health centers, recognizing that a strong community-based system of care -- where people have certain access to doctors and preventive care -- will save lives and reduce health care costs. National Health Center Week
How Can You Help Your Kids Pay for College?
It's still summer, but we're getting close to a new school year. One day, though, "back-to-school" will mean "off to college" for your children. Will you be financially prepared to help your kids cope with the costs of higher education? Your first step, of course, is to know what you're up against, so here
Habitat's Long-awaited Condo Project Hits Permitting Snag
Given the complications of the project permit-wise, the Community Development Board opted to continue the hearing for another month to do a more in-depth review. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Habitat for Humanity's long-awaited Gordon Deming condominium project will continue to be long-awaited.   Central Berkshire
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Alzheimer's Partnership Seeks To Bring 'Purple Tables' To Berkshires
Participating restaurants have decals to let people know they accept the reservations. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Jenifer Apazidis remembers going out to eat with her mother, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.   Her mother was diagnosed at age 59 and looked completely young and
Little League Notebook: Pittsfield Faces Tough Task Wednesday Against Rhode Island
BRISTOL, Conn. — On their roads to Williamsport, Pa., the Little League all-star teams from Pittsfield and Coventry, R.I, have combined for 22 wins and just one loss.   They have outscored their competition by a combined margin of 188-35.   And by the end of the day on Wednesday, one of them will be one loss away
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Construction Wrapping Up at New Taconic High School
A new handicapped accessible walkway from the school to the track was paved. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — For all intents and purposes, the new Taconic High School building is done.   A temporary certificate of occupancy has been granted and administrative staff has been working out of the new $120.8 million
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