|Great Barrington, Berkshire Thunder Start Strong in BABL|
The Great Barrington Millers and Berkshire Thunder are off to fast starts in the Berkshire Adult Baseball League this season.
Each team has gone 2-0 to lead, respectively, the 20-year-old and over-35 divisions in the 13-team league.
Last week, the Thunder defeated the Outlaws, 14-0, behind three hits and three
|Berkshires Beat: Roots Rising Enters New Phase|
Roots Rising, Pittsfield's farm-based youth development program, was developed in collaboration by Alchemy Initiative and Berkshire Botanical Garden, and launched in 2017. Now that the program is in operation, the two organizations have agreed to shift to a single managing organization. This will ensure the most efficient
|Music & Art Come Together This Summer With Painted Pianos|
Keith Bona checks out his piano at Memorial School.
ADAMS, Mass. — More than a dozen pianos are being transformed into singular artworks to evoke the county's musical and artistic heritage.
Dirty, dusty and out of tune, these castoffs found new partners as local artists tramped through the
|Local Collegians Making their Marks in Spring Post-Season|
Taconic graduate Dom Nda is headed to the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships next weekend in Wisconsin.
The UMass Boston senior qualified as an individual in the 100-meter dash and will run a leg on the Beacon’s 4-by-100 relay quartet. Earlier this month, the 4-by-100 relay squad broke the school’s record
|'Life of the Party': Celebrates the Joys of Mediocrity|
If you redo in black and white director Ben Falcone's "Life of the Party," wherein suddenly divorced Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) returns to college after dropping out 20 years ago, you've epitomized any number of escapist comedies that populated theaters during the Great Depression.
Light, frothy confections
|Girls Inc. Awards Scholarship to 10 Young Women|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Girls Inc. of the Berkshires awarded scholarship to 10 young women at its annual Ruth P. Boraksi Celebration Evening on May 3. The event recognizes the achievements of young women throughout Berkshire County and awarded scholarships through the Ruth P. Boraski Funds for Girls and on behalf of area community
|Norman Rockwell Museum Names Chief Educator|
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — The Norman Rockwell Museum has appointed Mary A. Berle, a Harvard-trained educator who is the current Principal of Muddy Brook Elementary School in Great Barrington, as the museum’s new chief educator.
Berle will officially join the museum on September 1, 2018, assuming a newly created senior-level
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