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Miss Hall's School Announces AP Scholars
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Miss Hall's School announces that 37 of its students, including 25 recent graduates and 10 local students, have been named by the College Board as AP Scholars, in recognition of their exceptional achievements on the 2017 Advanced Placement Exams. The AP Scholar designation means that the students earned a 3 or
Area artists rally to support the Berkshire Immigrant Center
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — More than 50 area artists are joining their creative forces to make 100 hand-painted ceramic mugs in support of the Berkshire Immigrant Center. The project, Vessels for Change, will culminate in a celebration at Bright Ideas Brewing on the Mass MOCA campus in North Adams on Wednesday, Nov. 15, from 7-9
BMC Nurses Strike; Picket Hospital
The nurses will picket all week if the hospital locks them out for four days. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Nurses at Berkshire Medical Center went 36 years without a labor strike. But that was until Tuesday.   The local chapter of the Massachusetts Nursing Association took to the picket line on Tuesday after a year
Updated: Woman Killed in Late-Night Pittsfield Shooting
UPDATED: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 2:49 p.m.   PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The preliminary autopsy results show Asiyanna Jones, 22, died from a gunshot wound to the head. The case is being considered a homicide.   The autopsy was conducted by Dr. Robert Welton, an associate medical examiner for the office
Lach's Lounge Faces Licensing Board Scrutiny, Again
Owner Michael Kruger told the Licensing Board that his bar had nothing to do with the shooting in the parking lot. The bar was closed at the time. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — For the third time in two years, Lach's Lounge was before the Licensing Board after a violent crime.   But this time, the Licensing Board
BMC Nurses Hold Vigil Prior To Strike
Retired Nurse Carla Skidmore and her husband, Bob Skidmore, attended the vigil in support of the union. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The nurses will be silent on Tuesday morning when they walk off the job and head to the picket lines. But, on Monday night, the nurses were filled with songs and speeches as it held a
BMC Administration: Patient Care Will Be Unobstructed By Strike
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Medical Center brass say they've taken proper precautions to make sure patient care is uninterrupted during the strike and subsequent lockout.   "We fully expect that our operations will be as they are any other day. If you are a patient and you need to be here with us or you are
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Biz Briefs: McCann Tea Room Open for Business This Week
Time for tea: The McCann Tea Room will be opening on Tuesday, Oct. 3, serving from 10:45 a.m. to noon.  The Tea Room is a fully functioning restaurant open to the public from twice a week for a few weeks each semester. Students enrolled in the school's Culinary Arts Program learn hands-on skills used to work in all levels of food
Berkshires Beat: Mass MoCA Lights Up Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness
Golden moment: Mass MoCA joined landmarks across the country and around the world, going gold this September to raise awareness for childhood cancer. In alighting its iconic entrance in gold, the North Adams museum joined Times Square, the Prudential Center, the Zakim Bridge, the TD Garden in Boston, Niagra Falls, the Eiffel Tower and other
St. Joe Graduate Pens Inspirational Children's Book
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dan Sadlowski started on a career in health care and shadowed at Children's Hospital in Boston. He was in awe.   He saw sick children fighting day in and day out. He saw them as real-life superheroes. And when his time there ended, he promised himself he'd come back and be an inspiration, a role
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