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Its executive director remains on paid leave and there's no official interim replacement.
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Visitors to local businesses this week are learning how to "go green" thanks to a group of Sullivan Elementary School students.
A bear named Chinook in a scene from Bears, at Berkshire Mall Cinema 10 in Lanesborough and North Adams Movieplex.
From left, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, and Rebecca Hall in a scene from Transcendence, at theaters in Pittsfield, Lanesborough and North Adams.
"I'm feeling hoppy," reads the cheerful poster hanging on the door to my daughter's bedroom.
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts is cutting prices, extending hours and scheduling a summer full of music and exhibits designed to attract visitors - and keep them here longer.
Harold B. Murphy, the court-appointed trustee of NBH, said "substantial discussions" for both short-term use, and long-term disposal of assets, are ongoing.
William Monterosso is on paid leave from his job as executive director of the BerkshireWorks Career Center, according to sources familiar with the operation.
Which is why spring is also the perfect time for a fundraiser for Louison House, the only homeless shelter in Northern Berkshire County.
Mill City Productions announces audition dates for its upcoming production of "Cinderella Goes Disco" by Shubert Fendrich.
Dr. Charles O'Neill had taken this route countless times during his 27 years at North Adams Regional Hospital - through the lobby and down the halls to the maternity ward where he delivered thousands of babies.
You see it in TV ratings, in ticket prices, and in fans' loyalties. The Bruins are flying high, while the Celtics are headed home.
The city closed a section Beaver Street at about 4 p.m. on Tuesday because of fears of a mudslide or banking collapse along a section of the state highway.
The Public Library will be the permanent home for the "Mill Girl." William Oberst's 40-by-50 inch oil painting depicts a young girl working in a cotton mill, and inspired by the photographs of working children Lewis W. Hine took in 1911 at the Eclipse Mill.