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1 hr ago | North Adams Transcript
The Tyler show has aired at MCLA radio station WJJW for the past 22 years. Rather than feature new country artists, Tyler prefers to play traditional country by artists who are on longer played on the radio.
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6 hrs ago | IBerkshires
A motorist collided with the back of a flatbed on Church Street, one of a half-dozen accidents on Tuesday afternoon.
9 hrs ago | IBerkshires
Wheel Estates residents threw a party to celebrate the completion of projects at the mobile home park and invited local officials, including Rent Control Board Chairman Wayne Wilkinson, right.
10 hrs ago | North Adams Transcript
There has been a string of break-ins on garages and sheds in the south side of town, according to police.
13 hrs ago | IBerkshires
"With the alarming rates of prediabetes and youth and adult obesity in both the country and our county, the Y is a great organization to participate with the community on these efforts," said Dawn Broadwell, YMCA board member and co-chair of the Healthy Living Committee.
17 hrs ago | North Adams Transcript
Police confiscated 230 Oxycodone pills and an illegal firearm from a Pittsfield man on Sunday, after a caller alerted them to suspicious activity outside the Union Street McDonald's.
Berkshire County has a long history of manufacturing. But due to the changes in the world economy that proud legacy of manufacturing can mostly be found in the vacant factories, mills and lots that criss-cross the area.
Shade was placed on probation until Dec. 2, 2015. Charges of negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop for police were dismissed.
MoMA PS1 is currently featuring a retrospective on visual artist Mike Kelley , whose work -- often using cloth toys and dolls -- has been highly influential.
By next spring, a local developer seeking to revitalize the Eagle Mill plans to have solidified some potential re-uses for community's oldest factory along the Housatonic River.
Changing paved parking lots into parks and walking trails, along with the reuse of local lands for farming and recreation are just a few of the topics Williams College juniors and seniors will tackle in upcoming public presentations.
The Railway Cafe, hosted at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Gallery 51 by the college's Berkshire Cultural Resource Center, will present a free house concert/CD release party at the "G51 House Concert,'' to feature MCLA students, staff and faculty, on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 6 p.m. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring nonperishable items for ... (more)