|Northern Berkshire Coalition Forum Envisions 'Inclusive Development'|
Kerri Nicoll, associate professor of social work at MCLA, introduces the 'inclusive development' topic at the NBCC meeting on Tuesday.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — In its third forum on the topic of gentrification, the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition flipped the script.
Instead of focusing on what people fear when
|North Adams' Helme Named Woman of Achievement |
Helme last year receiving the PopCares Community Partner Award for her efforts on behalf of local nonprofits and other groups.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city's director of tourism has been named the 2019-20 Woman of Achievement by the Northern Berkshire Business and Professional Women's
|Adams' Berkshire Mill Damaged by Falling Tree|
A large tree at the corner of Hoosac and Columbia broke windows in the upper floor of the mill apartments.
ADAMS, Mass. — A large tree blown down on Thursday afternoon has damaged the historic Berkshire Mill at Hoosac and Columbia streets.
Several upper windows on the west side of the building facing
|Bay State Winter Games Return to Berkshires in January|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Bay State Games are set to host the 35th annual Winter Games in the Berkshires in 2020.
The Bay State Winter Games have been held in the Berkshire region each year since 1985 except for one year because of funding. The Winter Games expects to attract hundreds of athletes and families to the
|Letter: Bernard Has Earned Second Term|
To the Editor:
The national political picture in these challenging times are characterized by embattled partisans filled with vitriol and empty rhetoric losing their voices in the echo chamber of social media and 24-hour news cycles. It is in this climate that gives me pause to reflect on the notion that late speaker of the House,
|Rain, Wind Heading for New England|
There's bad weather on the way.
The beautiful and downright balmy weather over the Berkshires will change in a big way mid-week as a "bomb" cyclone hits along the Northeast seaboard.
Accuweather says the latest indications are the storm will strengthen at a fast enough pace from Wednesday to
|North Adams Library Trustees to Look at New Policies|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The library trustees will update some policies to address filming patrons in the library and political events in the meeting room.
The trustees addressed an American Library Association memo in response to filming in the library and agreed to hold off on penning a policy until next
|Registration Deadline, Absentee Ballots for Municipal Elections|
Wednesday, Oct. 16, is the last day to register to vote in the municipal elections being held on Tuesday, Nov. 5. The city clerks' offices in North Adams and Pittsfield will be open until 8 p.m. on Wednesday.
Absentee ballots also are available for the North Adams and Pittsfield elections in the offices of the city clerks in
|Biz Briefs: North Adams Verizon Wireless Zone Gives $1,000 to Food Pantry|
Keith Parzych, owner of the Verizon Wireless Zone store at 43 Main St. in North Adams, presented a check for $1,000 to Mark Rondeau, co-founder of the Al Nelson Friendship Center Food Pantry of the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative, on Tuesday at the food pantry on Eagle Street.
The donation came from the
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