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For the third day in a row, North County has had to deal with bad weather or no power.
The Americans, who have players from five different Berkshire County high schools, fell to 8-4-2 in the Eastern New York Travel Baseball League.
Come see this 7 year old custom built contemporary cape with window wall facing gorgeous mountain views.
Drury High School has announced that Cori Ghidotti, daughter of David and Carrie Ghidotti of North Adams, has been awarded the Dr. Richard M. Ziter Science Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 during the Class Night ceremony on June 11. The scholarship is awarded to a member of the senior class who demonstrates academic excellence, achievement in ... (more)
The Family Resource Center of Northern Berkshire County has teamed up with Greylock Federal Credit Union to bring free books to North Berkshire children via the FRC Book Mobile.
Ricco Fruscio, a longtime local businessman, has been appointed to serve as the program coordinator.
Berkshire Medical Center has restored general diagnostic imaging services in Northern Berkshire in order to provide easier access for the community.
An equipment failure at an Adams substation shortly after 11:30 a.m. has left more than 18,500 customers in Northern Berkshire without power.
Attorney General Martha Coakley said Monday her primary reason for running for governor is she believes she can help spur economic growth throughout the state -- not just in the Boston area -- that will benefit residents of all income levels.
A severe storm that blew into the Berkshires on Monday afternoon toppled trees in the North Street area with what some residents suspect was a microburst.
A city man is facing charges of distributing heroin after police allegedly tracked him buying and selling heroin through the West End.
The new faces present at the weekly Select Board meetings are wondering aloud why the town seemingly can't escape the crosshairs of a Dollar General.
State Sen. Benjamin B. Downing, left, state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi and Clark board Chairman Peter Willmott and Director Michael Conforti cut the ribbon.
The Clark built its reputation on the works by old masters and Impressionists that drew the eye of founders Sterling and Francine Clark.
A high-tech hand-held diagnostic camera is helping a Western Massachusetts civic organization detect eye problems that can hinder children's learning in the classroom.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:18 am
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