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PITTSFIELD, Mass. A seven-year-old boy got Happy Birthday wishes from first responders all over the world, and nine departments from Berkshire County took part.
Taconic Theatre will host a brunch and cabaret featuring the cast of "The Wedding Singer" from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, March 9, at the Masonic Temple on South Street.
All payments must be received in the Collector's office by April 4, otherwise a 12 percent interest will be assessed to the bill along with a $15 demand.
The usually quiet halls of the Statehouse were filled with chants and cheers early Wednesday afternoon as advocates made their case for a bill that would make it easier for those without Social Security numbers to get Massachusetts drivers licenses.
In addition to celebrating Pittsfield native Caitrin Rogers' win for producing the Oscar-winning documentary film, "20 Feet from Stardom," Berkshire County has two more ties to the nominees of the 86th annual Academy Awards.
A city man who allegedly shot at his brother over a $140 debt is being held without bail for 90 days as a dangerous person.
The official start to spring is about two weeks away, and many gardeners are starting to think about planting their gardens.
Home Instead Senior Care of Berkshire County announces the start of a support group for care partners of individuals with Early Stage Alzheimer's and other forms of memory loss and dementia.
Tax season is upon us and some local residents might look to the rapid refund loans offered by various tax preparation businesses that seem attractive -- but unfortunately include steep fees.
Over the low thrum of the bass, the shimmer of the dulcimer and the rhythm of strumming guitar, voices sing softly in three-part harmony.
Fire Chief Robert Czerwinski has joined Police Chief Michael Wynn is expressing support for keeping the two city positions within the civil service system.
Michael J. McCarthy is continuing to appeal his rejection by the Governor's Council for a Southern Berkshire District Court judgeship.
A homeless man originally from New York City is being held on $10,000 cash bail for allegedly beating his ex-girlfriend after she refused to let him stay at her house.
The crisis in Ukraine may be happening some 5,600 miles away, but for a number of Berkshire residents, it's hitting close to home.
By John Townes The public is invited to a Thursday, March 6 open house and a final public hearing at the Berkshire Athenaeum on a sweeping plan to guide the future of Berkshire County in terms of economic development, environmental sustainability, public and social services and many other aspects of local life.