Peter Greenbush cannot tell you the scores of his games in the LaFesta Baseball Exchange, and that’s not just because the games were played a quarter-century ago.
“I honestly remember it like it was yesterday,” Greenbush said this week. “The field in Boston sits right on the bay there. It’s an unmistakable right field fence that’s 50 feet high. I remember the food they cooked for us, the parade they did for us.
The 1Berkshire Trendsetter Awards showcase Berkshire-based individuals and businesses who demonstrate excellence in several areas. Each year these winners are the highlight of the annual Celebrate the Berkshires event.
Time is running out for anyone who wants to run for the newly constituted Mount Greylock Regional School District School Committee.
Nomination papers must be returned to the town clerks in Williamstown and Lanesborough by Tuesday, July 24, at 5 p.m.
Three more marijuana companies are working their way through the local permitting process.
Temescal Wellness, Bloom Brothers, and David Graziani all received approvals from the Community Development Board Tuesday night - though the first was more of an update to a previously approved medical marijuana facility to become recreational and the third requires a secondary approval.
The players on this year's North Adams SteepleCats are too young to really remember the frustration that preceded the Boston Red Sox' 2004 World Series Championship.
But that did not stop them from being a little awestruck in the presence of history.
he Conservation Commission gave the Porches its blessing to go forward with an expansion.
Charlie LaBatt, of Guntlow & Associates, went over the Porches’ plan to expand parking and green space on their campus as well as plans to remediate the former Sunshine Pools property across the street.
The attorney representing a city police officer accused of assault and battery has taken aim at the witness's credibility.
Officer Michael McHugh is accused of assaulting a 54-year-old man while off duty on the evening of July 4, 2016.
The case is now eyed to go to trial in November but on Monday, Attorney Timothy Shugrue argued for the case to be dismissed saying the victim's account of the night is untrustworthy because he was allegedly under the influence of alcohol and painkillers.
Egremont Elementary School took precautionary measures Tuesday morning as Police responded to a William Street home with a man threatening to do harm to himself.
Police said at 9:40 p.m. officers were dispatched to the address and learned that there was a summer program happening at Egremont School. The school took additional safety measures while police managed the nearby situation.
New Hope United Methodist Church have found a new home on State Street and want to open its doors to the community.
Reverend Danial Randall said the new church, currently under renovation, at 192 State St. will not only be a place of worship but a center for community engagement and refuge.
Art and science came together in a unique way for Bridget Spann.
One of the coordinators of the town’s Bee Friendly Williamstown campaign was at the Clark Art Institute in May when she had an epiphany.
Teachers in the Lanesborough and Williamstown elementary schools and at Mount Greylock Regional School have filed a series of unfair labor practice complaints with the state Department of Labor Relations, according to a statement released on Monday.
As secretary of administration and finance in under Gov. Deval Patrick's administration, Jay Gonzalez took a number of trips to the Berkshires.
Patrick, who owns a home in Richmond, used to hold cabinet meetings, bringing state secretaries from various parts of government together. Gonzalez doesn't see that same level of commitment from current Gov. Charlie Baker and the Needham Democrat says he'll make sure the Berkshires are a priority in Boston.
Board of Health member David Rhoads told the rest of the board last week that he recently attended the Mass Recycling Center Workshop where he was updated on initiatives available to communities to help promote recycling.
The needle exchange program has collected more than 15,000 dirty needles in the first five months of this year.
According to Berkshire Health Systems Director of Infection Prevention and Control Michael Perreault, that shows the need for the disease prevention program is there.
The project in its entirety is slated to cost $455,000 and the city is requesting $318,500, or 70 percent of the project, from PARC. The remaining 30 percent ($136,500) will come for the next round of Community Development Block Grant funds.
Tom Patti considered it a compliment to have his art in the same building as Norman Rockwell and Alexander Calder.
Patti had his work commissioned for the Berkshire Museum. He has pieces at the entrance, the foyer, and in three other locations. But now, Patti doesn't feel that the museum values local artists.