'Encouraging' census results as Berkshire County grows more diverse, population loss slows By Francesca Paris, The Berkshire Eagle Aug 17, 2021 Over the past 10 years, the non-Hispanic white population in Berkshire County fell,
Film in the Berkshires By Diane Pearlman, executive director of the Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative Originally appeared in Berkshire Magazine. Film as an art form and a commercial endeavor has flourished under the
Berkshire Outdoor Recreation Plan Includes New Trails, Fall Festival By Spectrum News Staff | PUBLISHED 4:45 PM ET Jul. 09, 2020 | Original story & video The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission and Mill Town
Western Mass. Chambers Of Commerce Have Advice For Governor On Reopening By ADAM FRENIER • MAY 15, 2020 • New England Public Radio Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has said he'll unveil a reopening plan next week for the
"...'In our AAA survey, less than 8 percent of respondents said gasoline prices would impact their ability to travel,” says Mary Maguire, AAA Northeast Director of Public and Legislative Affairs. “Lower prices at the
Berkshire leaders are considering the return of horseracing to Great Barrington. The possibility is raising a number of questions. The long dormant fairgrounds in Great Barrington could once again hear the thunder of hooves
The hills are alive with the sound of music here, especially in August, with Tanglewood in full swing. And there’s big news in this neck of the woods: Tanglewood is now a year-round experience.
"Head to the rolling hills of Berkshire County in western Massachusetts to discover modern luxury, a vibrant cultural scene, and seasonal cuisine that celebrates the local harvest. Summer is high season, so consider a
NORTH ADAMS — Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito sat in a chair, pulled out a legal pad and began taking notes as a robust discussion about regional transportation issues began to take place around her.
PITTSFIELD — For years, commuters have been asking the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority to run buses at night. Now that several nighttime loops have been established as a one-year trial, the agency's administrator hopes