|Berkshires Beat: Mass MoCA Lights Up Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness|
Golden moment: Mass MoCA joined landmarks across the country and around the world, going gold this September to raise awareness for childhood cancer. In alighting its iconic entrance in gold, the North Adams museum joined Times Square, the Prudential Center, the Zakim Bridge, the TD Garden in Boston, Niagra Falls, the Eiffel Tower and other
|North County Joining 'Walk to School Day' on Oct. 4|
A 'walking school bus' makes its way to Ciolegrove School in 2016.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — If you see large groups of children walking through town on Wednesday morning, don't panic.
No, not every school bus is broken. It's just "Walk to School Day" at the city of North Adams' three
|MCLA Women's Tennis Qualifies for Conference Tourney|
WATERVILLE, Maine -- The MCLA women's tennis program clinched a spot in the North Atlantic Conference tournament with a resounding 8-1 win over Thomas Sunday afternoon.
MCLA (4-5, 4-3 NAC) will go on to face Colby Sawyer next weekend in the opening round of the championships.
The Trailblazers swept through the
|Cook Wins Fall Foliage Festival Road Race|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Thomas Cook Sunday ran away with the championship at Greylock Federal's Fall Classic 5K.
Cook, 16, finished in 18 miknutes, 6 seconds to beat the field by 14 seconds in the annual precursuor to the Fall Foliage Parade.
Second place went to Brandon Williams, who finished in 18:20 and ahead
|Letter: Lisa Blackmer: Passionate, Committed & Experienced|
To the Editor:
For weeks now I have found myself reflecting on who of the current slate of candidates I would support in filling the vacant seat of my friend, and our late representative, Gailanne Cariddi. It's a decision that I don't take lightly. Gail was a potent advocate, caring neighbor, and a community-driven individual who
|Fall Foliage Snowstorm Struck City |20 30 Years Ago
Editor: We're still a couple days away from the actual anniversary, but parade day seems the appropriate time to dig out this anniversary story. The sky is clear and blue, the air fall crisp, but on Oct. 4 in 1987, a freak snowstorm dumped inches of snow across the North Berkshires and New York Capital Region.
The storm centered
|North Adams Native Writes Financial Self-Help Book|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — City native and Drury graduate Catie Hogan hopes to empower and nudge millennials toward adulthood with her new book "The Millennial's Guide to Getting Your Sh*t Together."
Hogan, a financial planner and published comedy and satire writer now living in Atlanta, said the bulk of her
|Hoosac Valley's Rousseau Scores in MCLA Men's Soccer Win|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The MCLA men's soccer had three different players find the back of the net as it cruised past visiting Massachusetts Maritime Academy 3-0 Friday evening in MASCAC action at Shewcraft Field.
With the win, the Trailblazers snap a four game slide and are now 3-7 overall and 1-2 in conference play. The
|Fall Foliage Children's Parade Celebrates Magic|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The annual Fall Foliage Children's Parade was once again a success with 99 children participating in the parade this year.
The theme of "Magic in the Berkshires" attracted a plethora of Potters, a flamboyance of fairies, an orchard of apples, and more fanciful creatures and
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