|Northern Berkshire Community Coalition Hosts National Night Out Events|
National Night Out is designed to heighten crime/drug prevention awareness.
|Adams Historical Society Brings Plunketts to Life |
"I have the distinguished pleasure of being the last Plunkett that lived in this house." — Charles Plunkett
|New Cafe Space Available In North Adams Library|
"So instead of turning people away at the door, the trustees started tossing around the idea of having a place where coffee was welcomed." — Mindy Hackner
|MassDevelopment Backing $9M Redo of Pittsfield Housing Project|
The organization will renovate and preserve all 100 units as affordable to households earning no more than 60 percent of area median income.
|Legislature Overrides Cultural Council, Kindergarten Cuts|
Wednesday's vote restores funding for the Cultural Council to $14.16 million passed by the Legislature.
|New England Holocaust Institute Open In Adams|
"It will work for what I have planned, and I am very appreciative towards the town of Adams." — Darrell K. English
|Letter: Vote No on Override|
The major standout in the Cheshire budget deficit problem is the ACRSD school budget.
|Berkshire Botanical Garden, Project Native Move Toward Merger|
Both nonprofit groups are still working out details but are optimistic that a final agreement can be reached and that the deal will close by the end of the year.
|MCLA Welcomes New Vice President of Student Affairs|
“I enjoy getting to know the students, and I wanted a position that allowed me to be part of a senior leadership team to advance the mission of an institution that also was small enough to allow me to have an impact on individual students." — Cather
|Dalton CRA Registering for Fall Sports|
All participants must have a current CRA/DYC Youth Membership ($40) and pay league fees.
|Images Cinema Launches a 'LEGO Drive' to Benefit UNO Community Center|
Leading up to the screenings of "A LEGO Brickumentary," Images Cinema will hold a “LEGO Drive.” LEGOs cannot be recycled, but they can be reused and re-enjoyed for generations.
|Mount Greylock School Committee to Pick Project at Thursday Meeting|
The School Committee has the final say on which — if any — option goes to the MSBA and moves on to the schematic design phase of development.
|Adams Community Bank Employees Begin Fundraising for Walk to End Alzheimer’s|
The cost is $40 and includes a generous donation to the Alzheimer’s Association, two hours of painting, all supplies and appetizers.
|Adams Aggie Fair Returns For 41st Year|
The small animal barn, large animal barn, exhibit hall and pavilion are open all weekend with lots of food and exhibits plus rides on the grounds.