11 hrs ago
Berkshires After Dark: Hot spots for cold nights
Betty's Pizza Shop in Lenox has a bright, festive theme that can help bust the winter blues in the Berkshires.
15 hrs ago
Canyon Ranch reveals plan for high-end condos
The area's hospitality industry boom continued this week with the unveiling of a high-end condominium development for Canyon Ranch, the nationally known destination health and wellness resort catering to celebrities and the affluent.
19 hrs ago
Lee community open to exploring school collaboration options
That was the message delivered by townspeople, parents, teachers and faculty via an online survey recently conducted by the Lee School Committee.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Greenagers Outing Club : The Greenagers Outing Club from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday will work on a bridge building and installation at the Lower Carroll Paper Mill site in the Mill River village of New Marlborough.
South County cable committee to address recent outage
The Five-Town Cable Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday to further investigate what it describes as the longest service outage in the last year for Time Warner Cable customers.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Pittsfield: Donations sought for childrena s holiday party
The Christian Center and St. Helena's Chapel in Lenox are seeking donations for the center's second annual Children's Holiday Party.
Berkshire County: Concerts to benefit emergency oil funds
The Gospel Gang, a contemporary Christian/gospel choir, along with The Messengers, a men's gospel quartet, will present a "Gospel Christmas" to benefit the Emergency Oil Fund of the PACC and the Emergency Assistance Fund of Construct Inc. of Great Barrington.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Berkshire Creative: Meetings this week will wrap planning series
Creating healthy, vibrant neighborhoods is the focus this week in the last in a series of community forums helping shape the economic, environmental and recreational future of the Berkshires.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Spring Lawn project in Lenox appears to be on fast track
A multi-phase master plan to transform the 29-acre Spring Lawn property into a potential 95-room, 14-building resort is tracking toward a prompt ruling by the town's Zoning Board of Appeals.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Lenox pleased by plan to move Marriott project
It may not qualify for red-carpet treatment just yet, but there seems to be a welcome mat out for the proposal to relocate the proposed 92-room, four-story Courtyard by Marriott hotel project from Pittsfield's Dan Fox Drive to vacant land on the Brushwood Farms retail complex across from Lenox Commons.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
34 East St Stockbridge
Charming updated schoolhouse with quick access to downtown Stockbridge and Lenox.
Static to perform final gig at Pittsfield's The GEAA
For the past seven years, Berkshire County cover and party band Static has been the group never to shy away from test-driving a hot dance tune, whatever the genre.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Patrick pledges $10M to speed up pace of getting broadband access to...
Governor Deval Patrick announced on Wednesday a $10 million pledge towards a swifter solution to one of its major hurdles: delivering high-speed broadband connections to the homes of people in the state's 45 most unserved and underserved communities.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Wastewater pump station in Lenox back online after weekend discharge
Two pumps that failed over the weekend at the town's wastewater pumping station on New Lenox Road went back online early Tuesday afternoon following an unexplained discharge, according to Public Works Superintedent Sean Van Deusen.
No bail for man in copper theft case in Lenox
A Lenox man accused of trying to steal copper piping on Thanksgiving night is being held for up to 60 days without the right to bail because of an open case - which also involved the theft of copper.
Clarence Fanto: Berkshire hotel frenzy is a win-win
It's all beginning to make sense now. At first glance, the surge of hotel projects in a five-mile zone between the Pittsfield-Lenox line and Stockbridge has appeared rather baffling.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Opiate issue involves insurers, drug cos.
The growing opiate abuse problem in Berkshire County and Massachusetts is a complex one that must be addressed from a variety of angles, but making real progress will require profitable insurance and drug companies to accept their responsibility.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
'Backstairs' tour at The Mount in Lenox helps tell servantsa stories
Robert Oakes, left, acts out the role of Edith Whartons butler, Alfred White, in what was once the laundry room of The Mount, but is now the gift shop during a backstairs tour of the Lenox site.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Letter: Lenox solar projects offer town a chance to lead
I would first like to express appreciation for the good-faith effort of both the Lenox Conservation Commission and Broadway Electrical in working toward the realization of two solar projects in Lenox.