|Hinds Backs Efforts to Bolster Mountain Biking Trails|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — State Sen. Adam Hinds knows mountain biking is an emerging industry. But, he also knows people who drive through the Berkshires to get elsewhere for it.
"Mountain biking has been identified as an industry that is growing and we are well positioned for it," Hinds said.
|Dalton CRA Softball Tournament Draws Dozens of Teams to Town|
DALTON, Mass. -- The Dalton CRA Invitational Softball Tournament has grown four-fold in nine years, and there is one reason why.
"The biggest thing is just the volunteers," CRA Director of Recreation Dustin Belcher said. "I have an incredible committee of people who really give so much time and effort -- most of
|BCC's Nursing Program Placed on Warning Status|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The nursing program at Berkshire Community College has been placed on warning.
The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing cited the college on a number of issues, which college officials have characterized as "housekeeping," and dropped the state accreditation to "approval with
|@theMarket: Markets Remain Range-Bound|
It's the same old song. It has been playing over and over since the end of January. Higher interest rates, a stronger dollar, and, of course, the inevitable and meaningless stream of tweets from our Tweeter-in-Chief are keeping stocks range-bound. How long will this condition persist?
Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and
|Berkshire Community College Breaks Ground for Turf Field Project|
The project is already underway and is expected to be completed in six weeks.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Friday night lights will shine a bit brighter in the county.
Berkshire Community College celebrated the groundbreaking of a new turf field sports complex on its campus. In just six weeks, the county will
|BSO Appoints Director of New Tanglewood Learning Institute|
LENOX, Mass. — The Boston Symphony Orchestra has appointed Sue Elliott as the inaugural Judith and Stewart Colton director of the Tanglewood Learning Institute.
A new concept in cultural education that launches in summer 2019, the Tanglewood Learning Institute will bring together musicians, artists, academics and patrons, in person
|Symptoms of Summer|
Here in the Northeast, we love the sun (when it finally comes out). While soaking up the rays and warm temperatures can feel great, there is a common tendency to overdo it. If you have ever lost track of time and gotten a sunburn or felt dizzy when getting up from your beach chair, you know it's true.
Below are a few quick reminders
|100th Game Saturday in LaFesta Baseball Exchange|
One of many newspaper clippings Canales has saved and preserved over the years.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Of the many supporters of the LaFesta Baseball Exchange, none comes up in conversation with co-founder George Canales more than former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino.
So it was particularly
|MAGICon Returns This Weekend at Greylock Glen|
MAGICon features vendors, entertainment, refreshments and, this year, some classes on wizarding, potions and fantastic beasts.
ADAMS, Mass. — A celebration of everything Harry Potter returns to the Greylock Glen this weekend with twice the magic.
Fans of the "Harry Potter" franchise will
|'Leave No Trace': Makes Its Mark|
It would be silly not to give a full, 4-popcorn rating to "Leave No Trace," Debra Granik's trenchant, contemporary drama about a PTSD sufferer who lives off the grid in the Portland, Ore., woods with his teenage daughter. However, when movies are this good, there is a tendency on the critic's part to judge them against other
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