|Fashion Show to Benefit Berkshire Humane Society|
Former shelter cat Mikey makes himself at home at Catwalk, the women's clothing boutique that operates solely to benefit the Berkshire Humane Society.
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Mimi Rosenblatt was the type of kid who would collect worms and bugs to study them, fascinated by creatures big and small.
|Region Already Feeling Impact of Clark Art Reopening|
Professor Stephen Sheppard speaks Wednesday about the potential economic impact of the Clark Art at a Berkshire Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Williamstown.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The economic dividends on the region of the Clark Art Institute's $145 million expansion has been postulated for months, if not
|Area Democrats Ramping Up For November Statewide Election|
State Sen. Benjamin Downing is the chairman of the party's coordinated campaign aimed to rally voters to the polls in November.
RICHMOND, Mass. — County Democrats haven't forgotten the night Republican Scott Brown was elected to the U.S. Senate.
And they don't want anything similar
|MountainOne President Leaving for Vermont Institution|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The president of MountainOne is returning to Vermont.
Northfield Savings Bank on Monday announced that Thomas S. Leavitt would become the company's 14th president and chief executive in a notice posted on Vermont Business. He was on the senior management team of Vermont's Merchants Bank for 16
|Girl Scouts Seeking Girl Members, Adult Volunteers|
Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts is making its late-summer push for girls and adult volunteers to join Girl Scouts, the country’s preeminent leadership development organization for girls.
With families already thinking about how to allocate their free time during the coming school year, Girl Scouts of the USA has
|The Mom Review: Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Tanglewood|
The witch might have been wicked, but the Boston Pops were nothing short of wicked awesome on Friday night when they accompanied a screening of 'The Wizard of Oz' at Tanglewood.
Editor's Note: This is the eighth installment of The Mom Review, a summer-long series of reviews of
|Coakley Asks Support In Final Campaign Push|
Berkshires native Martha Coakely was in Pittsfield on Thursday, making a swing into the county in the days leading to the primary.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley asked for votes and urged financial support as she visited 3rd Thursday and met with a smattering of the local cultural
|'Wait, Wait' Returns to Tanglewood|
NPR's 'Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me' taping last year at Tanglewood. The show returns to Lenox on Thursday.
LENOX, Mass. — Peter Sagal has made a career of speaking truth to power ... at least those who might be listening on Saturday morning when his wildly successful radio show,
|Atlas Private Wealth Management Adds Vice Presidents|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Atlas Private Wealth Management has recently added two new executives to its financial team.
Gary Weinlein has joined the firm to develop a growing portfolio of regional and national accounts as vice president of business development and training and John C. Ogle will look to further develop client services as
|@theMarket: Labor on Their Mind|
It is that time of the year again when the world's central bankers gather together in Wyoming to sort out the economic conditions of the global economy. This year most bankers will be looking at labor growth, or lack thereof, and what to do about it.
In this country we have seen some surprising gains in the employment picture this year
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