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Shooting in Pittsfield leaves two injured

Second shooting in Pittsfield in a week.

Bits & Bytes: Ben Cosgrove at Dewey Hall; ‘Rigged’ screening; ‘The Pollinators’ at Simon’s Rock; ‘Tannery Sessions’ video concerts; Becket Art Center call for...

“The Pollinators” features the filmmakers talking to farmers, scientists, chefs, economists and academics to give a broad perspective about the threats to honey bees and what it means for food security.

Share the Bounty helps farmers contribute fresh offerings to local food pantries

In Berkshire County, roughly 10 percent of residents are food insecure, which means they do not have reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.

Country Homes for Happy Holiday Celebrations

A selection of perfect homes for "over the river and through the woods" to celebrate happy holidays.

Bits & Bytes: Clinton Church restoration kickoff; ‘Kohelet’ at the Mahaiwe; ‘Creative Aging’ on Beacon Hill; STEAM Challenge Night; Red Cross blood drives

Close Encounters With Music will kick off its 2019-20 season Sunday, Oct. 27, with the American premiere of Andre Hajdu’s ‘Kohelet’ for four cellos narrated by film, stage and television actor Sam Waterston.

Business Briefs: Pillow Lab artist residencies; BTCF receives investment; new head of Darrow School; digital marketing seminar; designation for Bills

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation conducted community-based research into barriers to arts participation experienced by lower-income residents and communities of color, including immigrants.

Lots of acreage, lots of privacy! – Part 2

A second installment of properties for your own private retreat!

Lots of acreage, lots of privacy!

Perfect properties for getting away from it all!

THEATRE REVIEW: the Theater Barn’s ‘Moonlight and Magnolias’ makes us laugh while learning something

It is a very enjoyable evening of history/comedy with enough honest laughter to make you wish for just one more gag, or one more funny truth to come along.

THEATRE REVIEW: Theater Barn’s musical farce ‘Lucky Stiff’ is outrageously funny

Every minute of the show has something funny going on, and this production has a cast that is as funny as the writing: an excellent combination.

Bits & Bytes: Parsons Dance at PS21; goat yoga; Peter Bergman reading; ‘Bling for the Builds’ donations

The popular fitness craze of goat yoga involves traditional yoga classes in the presence of wandering goats, whose peaceful and playful presences have been seen to relax and raise the spirits of participants.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Theater Barn’s ‘…Trailer Park Musical’ an enjoyable crowd-pleaser

Emotions play out beautifully and musical numbers are performed with immense grace.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Theater Barn’s ‘I Love You …’ a funny and popular favorite

It is the performances here that save the evening from becoming a yawn.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Theater Barn’s ‘Witness for the Prosecution’ a fine and subtle piece of stagecraft

Everyone plays his or her role with a sense of Christie's perfect formula for mystery theater. The entire company couldn't be too much better.

THEATRE REVIEW: The Theater Barn’s ‘Baskerville’ is indisputably funny

If you don't live in Columbia County, waste no time getting directions and making a reservation, for this is one show you shouldn't miss.

Business Briefs: BNRC upgrades trails; Juntos Avanzamos designation for Greylock; award for Darrow School; home-buying seminar; Berkshire Workforce Board meeting

Berkshire Natural Resources Council upgrades trails for summer season Lenox -- On June 10, Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli, D-Lenox, joined members of the Berkshire Natural...

Business Briefs: WAM Theatre donations; Jane Iredale joins Bergforf Goodman; Local Farmers Awards; Goodwill grand opening; Race Mt. Tree Services Career Day

The Local Farmer Awards recently gave $142,500 in amounts up to $2,500 to 62 farmers in western Massachusetts and eastern New York for materials and equipment to make infrastructure improvements.

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