BerkChique! Is Back

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Berkshires fashion icon Vicki Bonnington will begin planning next year’s BerkChique!, a charity clothing sale she co-chairs with Rebecca Weinman, as soon as this year’s (May 6 - 8 at the former Crane Stationery factory

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When 16-Year-Olds Go to College

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In January, Ian Bickford became provost of Bard College at Simon's Rock, a small four-year institution in Massachusetts that welcomes as freshmen students who have had enough of high school, for one reason or another,

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Entrepreneur Aims to Establish Innovation Lab to Harness Berkshires’ Economic Spirit

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South County entrepreneur Laurie Lane-Zucker says he is deeply interested in the environment and related social challenges that confront humanity in the 21st century. The former executive director of the Orion Society, and founder and

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Our Next B.I.G. Idea: Review

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Attracting and retaining top talent takes work. Employers need to adapt to evolving needs of today’s workers, including Millennials. 1Berkshire, through our Berkshire Initiative for Growth, was thrilled to partner with Live in

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Nominate a Berkshire Trendsetter

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1Berkshire has now opened the nomination process for its sixth annual Berkshire Trendsetter Awards. The Berkshire Trendsetter Awards celebrate outstanding organizations and individuals whose achievement, innovation, and/or commitment has strengthened our regional economy and helped

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