|Whiplash Weather in Store for the Berkshires|
Mother Nature is making sure there's a snowy background for Friday night's tree lightings in North Adams and Pittsfield. The National Weather Service is predicting a few inches and up to 5 inches in the higher elevations, with steady snowfall until 10 p.m.
Motorists should beware of slippery roads and low
|Clarksburg Gets 2-Week Vacation to Accommodate Construction|
Clarksburg School hopes to have 90 percent of the construction on the entrance done during a two-week holiday vacation.
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — Clarksburg students will get a full two weeks off over the Christmas holiday beginning with a half day on Friday, Dec. 20, and returning on Jan. 6, 2020.
|The Independent Investor: Truth About NATO & Defense Spending|
While it would appear that President Donald Trump left the London NATO Summit this week empty-handed, the truth is he has already achieved what several presidents before him could not. Unfortunately, it is a shallow victory at best.
Just a week ago, in preparation for President Trump's visit, the North Atlantic Treaty
|Death of Assault Victim Has DA Seeking Murder Charge|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Berkshire district attorney intends to seek a murder charge indictment against a North Adams man who has been held by authorities since the brutal beating of his wife five months ago.
Charli Cook, 41, died at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield on Sunday, Dec. 1. She'd been
|MCLA Gallery 51 Annual Holiday Art Show Opens Thursday|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Gallery 51 opens its Made by Hand Holiday Art Show will on Thursday, Dec. 5, just in time for the holiday season.
All art will be priced below $100 and will be available for purchase that evening through Dec. 28.
The public is invited to
|Sommer Center for Music & Art to Open Former Adams Church|
Members of the Adams-Anthony Center and local officials at the former St. Mark's Church for the announcement of the academy.
ADAMS, Mass. — The Olga C. Sommer Center for Music & Art will open in the former St. Mark's Episcopal Church and host the Berkshires Academy for Advanced Musical
|Mass MoCA Launches Winter Season With Free Admission|
Mass MoCA spokeswoman Jodi Joseph welcomes the gathering of museum employees and volunteers to the winter season update.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art is offering an early Christmas present to Berkshire County residents: Free admission to the galleries from Dec. 6 through Dec.
|Positive Developments Bring Rewards at Greylock School |
Principal Sandra Cote explains the positive reinforcement program instituted at Greylock School.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Unruly, misbehaving children. Sick, stressed out teachers. Disrupted classrooms and learning environments.
The 2017-2018 school year was a rough one, Principal Sandra Cote told the
|MCLA Men's Basketball Reaches .500 Mark|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Noah Yearsley scored 20 points, and the MCLA men's basketball team Tuesday erased a six-point half-time deficit to earn an 87-80 win over Russell Sage.
Drury graduate Hayden Bird scored 11, and Taconic alum Quentin Gittens added eight points and four rebounds for the Trailblazers.
|Berkshire Family YMCA Appoints New CEO|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Family YMCA's board of directors has appointed Jessica Rumlow as CEO and executive director for the organization.
Rumlow was appointed interim CEO and executive director in May after Randy Kinnas, the nonprofit's CEO for the last 19 years, moved on as director of Member Advancement for the
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