10 hrs ago
Stockbridge: Concert to benefit Monument Valley School
Baritone Jack Brown and pianist Harriet Rothstein will present "Welcome Summer, An Evening of Song" at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at First Congregational Church.
14 hrs ago
Green River swimming hole in Great Barrington closed due to E. coli
The Green River swimming hole on Route 23 was closed on Friday after water samples confirmed elevated levels of E. coli, according to the town's Health Department.
17 hrs ago
Great Barrington: Household hazardous waste collections set
The South Berkshire Household Hazardous Waste Collaborative will hold paint and oil collections for its 16 participating towns on Saturdays, June 1 and 29.
18 hrs ago
Great Barrington: Native Laura Secord is subject of exhibit, talk
Laura Secord, Great Barrington native and Canadian heroine, is the subject of a new historical exhibit at the Mason Library, 231 Main St.
18 hrs ago
BIFF to screen 75 films in Berkshires
Among the 75 films being shown in the eighth annual Berkshire International Film Festival is 'To Them That's Gone.' Great Barrington is poised to go Holly wood once more when the eighth annual Berkshire International Film Festival swings into action on Thursday.
Thu May 23, 2013
Lee nursery will donate sales tax to Soldier On this weekend in honor of Edward S. Passetto
A local nursery has planned a Memorial Day weekend fundraiser in memory of Edward S. Passetto to benefit area homeless veterans.
Paul Taylor Dance Company Returns to Mahaiwe Memorial Day Weekend May ...
Great Barrington, MA: The Paul Taylor Dance Company will return to the Mahaiwe for its sixth consecutive summer season on Friday and Saturday, May 24 and May 25 at 8pm and Sunday, May 26 at 3pm and 7pm.
Most power restored, cleanup underway after big storms strike the Berkshires
Power restoration and storm damage cleanup is nearly complete following the first of what is expected to be three straight days of severe weather in the Berkshires.
Mahidas value family across generations
Life would be different for the Mahida family if they were still in India. With hired helpers caring for their house and children, Jignesh Mahida, an electronics engineer, would probably be working for a large company and his wife, Rita, free to pursue a career.
Wed May 22, 2013
National Weather Service finds no evidence of tornado Tuesday
Following a four-county inspection of Tuesday afternoon's storm damage, including the Great Barrington and Sheffield areas, investigators from the National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y., reported no evidence of a tornado.
The Pittsfield Gazette
Muaeum launches Berkshire awards
In what is envisioned as an annual tradition, the Berkshire Museum has created the Berkshire Awards to recognize those people who have made significant contributions to artistic, historical, and natural heritage of the region.
Great Barrington: Exhibit to feature VHS Tape UpCycle Contest entries
Friends of the Great Barrington Libraries announce a one day pop up art show in the theater at Ramsdell Library in Housatonic.
Great Barrington: Porchlight offers nursing assistant course
Porchlight VNA/Home Care's state-approved Nursing Assistant Program will begin its spring course schedule on May 28 at Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 148 Maple Ave.
Great Barrington: Cookout to benefit Project Sprout
Project Sprout's sixth annual fundraiser, the "Project Sprout Cookout" will be held from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 26, at Route 7 Grill.
Tornado warning issued for southwestern Mass.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the southwestern corner of the state after a trained weather spotter across the border in New York state saw a tornado spinning east towards Massachusetts.
WNYT NewsChannel 13
Tornado warning taken seriously in Berkshires
Once a tornado warning was posted in Berkshire County late Tuesday, people there began hunkering down, not just because of the recent deadly storm in the nation's midsection, but also because of what happened in their own community less than a generation ago.
18 Squaw Peak Rd Great Barrington
SAC SITS THIS VERY INTERESTING STUCCO HOME. LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE AND CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, FORMAL DINING AND LARGE EAT IN KITCHEN ALL FACING THE PRIVATE YARD.
Rudolf Steiner School Fourth-Graders...
Isabella Kemp, left, Alice McDonald, Tessa Sternal, Lulu Levy, Katherine Humes and Amelia Kemp will have their poetry published in 'Young American Poetry Digest 2013.' GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass.
Tue May 21, 2013
Bernanke: Beyond Current Economic Challenges Lies Bright Future
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke took a break from current economic woes and uncertainties Saturday, looked into the future and found reason for optimism.
Mon May 20, 2013
St. Mary's School is looking to grow, not close
A recent rumor in town had St. Mary's School closing next month, ending a 127-year run of South County's only Catholic educational institution.