|Pyschiatrist: North Adams Community Dealing With Trauma|
Dr. Alex Sabo encouraged those affected by the hospital's closure to lean on a support 'team.'
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The stopgap measures are in place.
Local banks are working with those who lost their jobs to smooth out finances. Agencies like BerkshireRides are working to make those who need
|State Senator Finegold Seeking Treasurer Post|
State Sen. Benjamin Downing with colleague Sen. Barry Finegold, who is now seeking the treasurer's office, at a meet and greet Friday.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — State Sen. Barry Finegold doesn't want the state's pension funds invested in fossil fuels.
Sure, he can support a bill to do that. But
|@theMarket: No Spring in the Stock Market|
As spring finally arrives throughout the country, you would think the stock market would celebrate, but not this year. The indexes were slammed again this week and we can expect more of the same in the months ahead.
By now, if you have been following my advice, you have already raised some cash by selling your most aggressive equity
|iBerkshires Celebrates 14 Years of Covering the Region|
iBerkshires celebrated 14 years on Friday with cake and pizza. Members of the editorial team Community Editor Rebecca Dravis, left, Editor Tammy Daniels, reporter Jack Guerino and Pittsfield Bureau Chief Andy McKeever (a partypooper for not wearing a birthday tiara).
|West Stockbridge Mom Targets Funds to Cure Type 1 Diabetes|
A sign at last year's pancake breakfast to raise money for JDRF educates visitors on what people with Type 1 diabetes must do simply to eat breakfast.
WEST STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Do you know how many carbohydrates there are in half a cup of maple syrup?
Kristi Farina of West Stockbridge knows there are 50
|Mount Greylock Committee Rejects Enrollment Recommendation|
School Committee members Robert Ericson and David Langston were on opposites of the enrollment debate.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Thursday night started on a road that could lead to the elimination of choice and tuition students at the junior-senior high
|Advocates Look To Make Arts Part of Governor's Race|
MassCreattive's Matt Wilson is advising local organizations how to impress the importance of the arts on candidates in this election season.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — MassCreative says it wants to do what it did in the Boston mayoral race on a more statewide level this fall, with a new "Create the
|The Independent Investor: Banks Face Tougher Regulations|
This week the eighth largest U.S. banks were told they need to increase capital by about $68 billion. In some ways it is too little, too late in the government's efforts to prevent another financial meltdown. Nonetheless, the regulations do provide an increased level of safety for taxpayers.
"Too big to fail" is a term that
|Chamber Career Fair Connects Hundreds With Open Jobs|
Those looking for a better job got to browse openings at more than 50 companies. More photos can be found here.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Hundreds of job seekers flocked to Berkshire Hills Country Club on Thursday for the annual Berkshire Chamber of Commerce career fair.
The fair featured 51 employers from all
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