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Downer's Walkoff Lifts Lenox in BABL Finals
LENOX, Mass. -- Mike Downer picked the right time for his first time.   The Lenox High School graduate blasted a 1-1 pitch over the fence in left field Saturday afternoon at War Memorial Field to give the Lenox Bulldogs a 7-6 win over Berkshire Baseball Academy in the Berkshire Adult Baseball League championship
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Environment Secretary Visits Pittsfield
Kathleen Theoharides, secretary of energy and environmental affairs, visits the site of culvert project in Pittsfield being funded through the state's climate readiness program. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides was in Pittsfield on Friday to review a state-funded
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Pittsfield Police Arrest Two Men on Firearms Charges
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two local men were arrested late Thursday night on firearms charges after police investigated reports of gunfire in the city's West Side.    Tajaye Davis, 24, and Zyir Rasheed, 19, both of Pittsfield, were both arraigned on Friday morning in Central Berkshire District Court on charges possession
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Be Alert for Opportunities When Preparing for College Costs
Now that summer is winding down, it will soon be "back-to-school" time. When children are young, your logistics for the new academic year may involve little more than a trip to buy school supplies. But if you would like to send your kids (or grandkids) to college someday, you need to plan far ahead to meet the financial demands.
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Navigating the Farmers Market: Best Food, Best Deals
As summer marches on and the harvests come in, we are surrounded by a growing bounty at farmers markets and local produce stands. What's the best way to shop at a farmer's market? How do you get the best food, for the best price? Let's start with what we know: There are almost two million farms in the United States, and most
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Westside Riverway Park to Go Back Out to Bid
The Parks Commission discussed drones and field usage on Tuesday. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Westside Riverway Park project bids have come in too high and the city will have to put the project back out to bid.   Parks and Open Spaces Manager James McGrath told the Parks Commission on Tuesday that they will take
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Cultural Pittsfield This Week: Aug. 23-29
THU-SUN Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park This weekend is your last chance to see the 2019 Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park production of Much Ado About
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'Blinded by the Light': Guidance From Asbury Park
When, what and where was your coming-of-age episode, the epiphany that heralded your entrance into adulthood? You better know, just in case someone decides to film a biographical sketch detailing how you came to be you. I venture to guess that for many folks, at least in the Western World, it had to do with learning, y'know, the truth about
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Gladys Knight, Roomful of Teeth, Gershwin Highlight Busy Week
These may be the dog days of August, but pop and new music — and musical theater — abound throughout the Berkshires. Beginning with John Williams' music and Gladys Knight in separate concerts at Tanglewood, it's a full schedule as summer winds down. Tanglewood Regular concert-goers have a second chance (after
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'EforAll' Touches Down in Berkshire County
EforAll's David Parker was impressed by how collaboratively local leaders worked together to bring in the program. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield and the larger Berkshire County community are welcoming the local launch of Entrepreneurship for All, a nonprofit aimed at helping aspiring entrepreneurs find
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