|Carpenter, Majetich Shine at Western Mass|
Lenox senior Scott Carpenter took the 2-mile and 800 meters at the Western Mass Division II championships on Monday. See more photos here.
Update: Complete write-thru with interviews of athletes.
WESTFIELD, Mass. — In Western Massachusetts track circles, few can keep up with Mount Greylock Regional High
|County Remembers the Fallen on Memorial Day|
State Rep. Richard Neal spoke at the Memorial Day ceremony in Lenox. See more pictures here.
LENOX, Mass. — Seaman Luke Griswold of Springfield sailed two boats full of sailors to safety from the sinking USS Monitor during the Civil War, then was blown off course and lost
|Dalton Bids Farewell to Fallen Wahconah Warrior|
The Samantha Daehling leaves with her husband's parents and siblings afer the young soldier's funeral at St. Agnes' Church.
DALTON, Mass. — The military funeral for 24-year-old Army Spec. Mitchell K. Daehling drew hundreds of attendees, including the state's top officials.
|Are We There Yet?: Activities for the Whole Family|
The weather forecast for the weekend isn't great, but what's a little rain if you're in the river anyway? The annual Riverfest runs from 11 to 4 on Saturday.
Memorial Day kicks off summer, so what better way to kick off a new family events column here on iBerkshires.com than with holiday
|Pittsfield Firefighters Battle Bakery Fire|
Flames burst out of the second story of the Lampiasi's Bakery in Pittsfield.
Update: Write-thru at 6:19 p.m. with quotes and new information.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The well-known Lampiasi's Bakery was engulfed in smoke and flames on Friday afternoon as firefighters battled to save what was left of the
|STEM Growing in Berkshire County|
Mayor Daniel Bianchi, left, Ella King of Lee Middle School, Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray, Allie Wolfe of Herberg Middle School of Herberg Middle School, and BCC President Ellen Kennedy at Thursday's Governor's STEM Advisory Council.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A day after Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray
|The Independent Investor: What Happens If You Can't Afford Obamacare?|
We have all been inundated with the pros and cons of Obamacare. It has become so ubiquitous in our daily lives that most of us have simply tuned it out. We can't afford to do that much longer.
As most readers know, Obamacare, formally named the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will become the law of the land on Jan. 1, 2014.
|Pittsfield Cyclocross Returns to Common|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Cyclocross youth bicycle racing series returns on May 30 for its 13th edition after a two-year hiatus.
This four week series of races for children ages 12 and under will take place at the Pittsfield Common on First Street on Thursday nights from May 30 through June 20. Races are free and each week is
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