|Large Public Hearing Turnout Opposes Eversource Rate Increase|
Attorney General Maura Healey has been testifying against the increase throughout the state.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — There were a lot of numbers being thrown around Monday night at the public hearing for Eversource's proposed electrical rate increase.
Seventy-three is the number of teachers the city
|Education Task Force Seeks Community Input, Aspirations|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Berkshire County Education Task Force is seeking input as it develops recommendations for county schools.
Five "community aspiration" meetings are scheduled this month for parents, educators and community members to share expectations, aspirations, and concerns for the future of
|Biz Briefs: Otto's Breakfast and Deli Honored for Diverse Workforce|
Proud honor: Otto's Breakfast and Deli on East Street in Pittsfield was recognized and honored for their excellence in their diversity practices for providing gainful employment to individuals with mental illness with the support of the Department of Mental Health-funded Clubhouse rehabilitation and recovery centers. Massachusetts
|Berkshires Beat: Freeman Center Snags State Award for 'Money School'|
Money School award: Elizabeth Freeman Center's Money School was presented with MOVA's Innovation Award at a ceremony at the State House in Boston on April 4, in recognition of its ground-breaking work to advance financial independence for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. During Victim Rights Month in April, Attorney General
|'Ghost in the Shell': Machine Politics|
Viewing director Rupert Sanders' highly imaginative "Ghost in the Shell," based on Shirow Masamune's Japanese comic series, it occurred to me: How do I know I'm not a cyborg, installed by some great Machiavellian organization to surreptitiously spread their deceptions through my film criticisms? It can't be .. I'm
|@theMarket: Uncertainty Descends Upon the Markets|
Pick your poison — U.S.-Syrian strife, weak employment numbers, China-U.S. relations — those are just some of the issues investors had to contend with this week. Despite these potential roadblocks, the averages hung in there, losing little ground as the week closed.
There was even more bad news, if you include the
|Girls Inc. of the Berkshires Announces Scholarship Winners|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center, home of Girls Inc. of the Berkshires, has announced this year's scholarship winners.
The following scholarship recipients will be awarded at the annual Ruth P. Boraski Celebration Evening, to be held at the Colonial Theatre on Thursday, May 4. This year, the Brigham
|Superior Court Briefs: March 31 - April 5|
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Friday, March 31.
Jason Pennell, 28, of Holyoke had not guilty pleas entered on his behalf on single counts of possession of heroin with intent to distribute - his second offense - and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
He was ordered to be held at the Hampden County House of
|Historic Artistsí Homes and Studios Program Names New Program Manager|
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. – The National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced that Valerie Balint will join the organization as the new program manager of the Historic Artists' Homes and Studios (HAHS) program, based at Chesterwood in Stockbridge.
Balint's mission is to enhance the relevance and reputation of HAHS member
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