Take a look at some of the latest Berkshire headlines. Here you will find news from 1Berkshire in regards to company updates and what is happening with economic development throughout the region as well as press from national media outlets covering the area.

The Best 4-Year Colleges in Massachusetts

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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst came in at the best-four year college in the state of Massachusetts according to a report released by Schools.com. The survey took into effect various factors such as

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The Rural We: David Adkins

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David Adkins is an Artist Associate at the Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) in Pittsfield, Mass., where he’s performed in 25 productions and is currently the director of the intern acting program. He began his acting

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MCLA Receives Mellon Planning Grant

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  Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has received a $50,000 planning grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, to establish a Berkshire Humanities Council. The council will create regional collaborations and extend best and emerging

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US Rep. Richard Neal Touts Precision Manufacturing Opportunities in Western Massachusetts, Calls for Closing Skills Gap

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Highlighting the precision manufacturing and other high-skills job opportunities that are going unfilled across Berkshire County and Western Massachusetts, U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, stressed Tuesday that more must be done to connect local

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Letter: Museum Should Remain “Window to the World”

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I've followed the coverage of Berkshire Museum's long-term strategic plan online and have some thoughts.  I attended 1Berkshire's Creative Resources Conference in January. One of the panels discussed ways to grow visitation in "today's

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Nation’s 3rd-Largest Radio Station Owner Set to Purchase Cluster of Berkshire Stations

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The nation's third-largest radio station owner is poised to purchase the cluster of commercial radio stations owned by Gamma Broadcasting LLC and subsidiary Berkshire Broadcasting Co. Following two failed sale attempts since 2013, the group

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A Mansion of Unexpected Joy

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The first time I visited the stately white mansion, sitting peacefully at the edge of a vast and magnificent marshland in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, I had no idea how my life was about to change. I

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