|Gentrification Pops Up As North Berkshire Coalition Forum Topic|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — A new buzzword appeared repeatedly throughout the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition monthly forum on Friday.
That gathering, the first of the season, was the annual "needs assessment" forum, at which people can come throw out ideas for what future coalition meetings should focus on. In an effort to
|Pittsfield Couple Expanding Gravesite Business|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In her final days, Matthew Kudlate's grandmother mentioned that she regretted not getting to the cemetery to clean up the family plot.
She was dying of cancer, one of five losses for Kudlate in recent years, and he and his cousin went the very next day to do it. And that is when a new business
|Lemme, Mumford Top Individuals at Josh Billings Triathlon|
LENOX, Mass. -- Kent Lemme and Heather Mumford were the ironman and ironwoman champions Sunday at the 42nd Josh Billings Triathlon.
Lemme completed the run, boating, biking event in a time of 2 hours, 34 minutes, 38 seconds and placed fifth overall in the triathlon, which sees teams and indviduals competing
|McCann Honors Former School Committee Members|
Rebecca O'Hearn is a McCann graduate who served on the school council before being elected to represent Florida on the School Committee.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The McCann School Committee on Thursday recognized former members Thomas Mahar and Rebecca O'Hearn.
Mahar and O'Hearn, who both
|MCLA Women's Soccer Falls at Worcester State|
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Ali Malonado had a hat trick Saturday to lead the Worcester State women's soccer team to a 3-1 win over MCLA.
Hannah Van de Water scored for the Trailblazers (1-4, 0-1 MASCAC), who got 24 saves from the combination of Megan Richardson (Hoosac Valley) and Brooke Mangiardi (Taconic).
|NEPR Hires New Berkshire County Reporter|
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Nancy Eve Cohen will cover Berkshire County for New England Public Radio.
Cohen has been a freelance reporter with NEPR since 2012 and has produced an impressive body of reporting for the station including recent pieces on the legalization of marijuana in Massachusetts, local farming and school safety from the
|MCLA Welcomes 10 New Faculty Members|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts recently welcomed 10 new, full-time faculty members, including nine assistant professors and one instructor, to eight departments on campus.
Dr. Travis Beaver has joined MCLA as an assistant professor in the Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Department. He comes to the
|New Executive Director Joins Berkshire Grown|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Berkshire Grown's Board of Trustees has announced that Margaret Moulton has assumed the role of executive director of the organization.
Moulton's work with the Trustees of Reservations as an engagement site manager, and her long-time interest in sustainable agriculture as a volunteer educator at
|'Juliet, Naked': Anatomy of a Triangle|
Ethan Hawke's Tucker Crowe in Jesse Peretz's intelligent, seriocomic "Juliet, Naked," had me thinking back to 1969 when, during a hiccup in my education, I visited my best friend, rock 'n' roller Howard "Richard" Tepp, in Malibu. It was the era of free love and, like the fictitious Tucker Crowe, Howie,
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