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7 hrs ago | IBerkshires
This well maintained Cape offers a living room that opens to the dining room, large windows, and a fireplace with wood burning stove.
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14 hrs ago | The York Daily Record
Yale and Brown University are among the latest colleges and universities to promise free tuition to students as part of the Say Yes to Education compact.
18 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
Handmade Holiday Festival: 30 juried artisans, designers and food producers from greater New England.Jewelry, ceramics and watercolors, silk-screened apparel, wooden cutting boards, glass ornaments and more.
Q: On Friday, Nov. 22, we saw this unusual bird feeding under our bird feeder in Peru.
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 annual Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols at Williams College will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 7 and 8, in Thompson Memorial Chapel.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Gallery 51 will present its annual affordable art show beginning on Thursday, Dec. 5, which will feature artwork in a range of styles and mediums from local and national artists.
The Spruces Roof Group voted unanimously Monday evening to recommend passage of three articles on the warrant for a Tuesday, Dec. 10, special town meeting .
A Rhode Island man has been charged with vehicular homicide and drunken driving in the fatal crash that killed 64-year-old Lawrence George on Nov. 24. William D. Lowe, 34, of Columbus Ave., Pawtucket, R.I., was arraigned Friday in Northern Berkshire District Court on charges of homicide by motor vehicle by negligent operation and under the ... (more)
Dick Blake, of Williamstown, looks at the many toys at Persnickety Toys in North Adams on Saturday.
For over two years, since Tropical Storm Irene hit the Spruces Mobile Home Park in Williamstown in August 2011, the town has been embroiled in controversy and confusion about how to deal with the loss of some of the Spruces homes.
In a common room at Williams College, a group of students sort through fabric squares, scarlet and indigo, pine green and chocolate.