I have been working WNAW since 1968, doing just about every job there is. I graduated from Drury High School and served in the US Air Force from 1961 to 1965. First radio job in 1965 was in Presque Isle, Maine and I moved back to the Berkshires in 1967. Things I love: family, radio, long fast bike rides, cutting wood, skating and working out at the gym.
Effort To Ban Outdoor Pot Farms in Cheshire Defeated
Bylaw proponents feared outdoor marijuana cultivation would create an unacceptable odor from the plants and negatively impact the overall public heath and safety of the town.
Pittsfield Toughens Vendor Rules in Wake of Third Thursday Mishap
The Berkshire Eagle reports the crackdown comes a day after a Lenox man was hit and pinned by a vendor's truck moments after the start of the season's first Third Thursday event.
New Truck for NA Fire Department
Affectionately referred to as the "blueberry," the truck has seen better days. A hole in the floor has been covered by a road sign, the exhaust system is beyond repair, among other issues. Maintenance costs continue to mount.
Pittsfield: 2019 Fourth of July Parade Donations
Fundraising for the Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade is underway. A total of $20,215 has been raised toward the Parade Committee's goal of $85,000.
Tick Season Has Arrived in The Berkshires
The bugs usually are found in shady, damp, brushy, wooded, or grassy areas, including backyards. The most common ticks are black-legged deer ticks and dog ticks, which are found throughout Massachusetts and can spread different disease-causing germs when they bite, according to the DPH.
Four Ways Fast Food Joints Trick You Into Eating More
Think about this the next time you're about to order six things for YOURSELF at Taco Bell. It's four ways fast food joints trick us into eating more . . .
Clarksburg Finance Committee Has Questions on School Budget
Northern Berkshire School Union Superintendent John Franzoni reminded the committee that he had taken over months after the budget was set and passed and was unaware of any agreement.
Baker Restores Some Funding for Heating Assistance
Administration officials announced Monday an increase to $19 million in supplemental funding. The legislative allocation for heating assistance had been reduced from $30 million to $11 million for fiscal 2019.
Most Popular Slang Term the Year You Were Born
"Good Housekeeping" put together a list of the most popular terms for every year from 1926 to 2006. Most of the older ones are things like "baloney" and "snazzy." We'll start with the '60s . .
North Adams Selects Lt. Jason Wood as City’s New Police Chief
Wood faces a series of challenges as he takes over the department, including an ongoing opioid epidemic and high rates of domestic violence. There are currently a number of unfilled positions within the department, while the city's crumbling public safety building is not handicap-accessible wit…