Song that best describes you: Jimmy Buffett’s “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes” Favorite Artists: Train, Five for Fighting, Jimmy Buffett, Harry Chapin, Billy Joel, Bruuuce! Favorite Movies: Caddyshack, Casablanca, Marx Bros. classics Favorite Food: Soft pretzels, Philly cheesesteaks What do you like most about the Berkshires? The ever-changing scenery Describe a picture-perfect weekend: Would probably include winning Powerball
Noel Field Splash Park To Open on July 4
An official ribbon cutting ceremony will be held this Thursday, July 4, at 11 A.M. The splash park will operate from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. daily through Labor Day.
UPDATE Main Break on Main Street in North Adams This Morning
A water main break this morning on Main St. in North Adams, just past American Legion Drive, is resulting in water woes and a traffic detour.
Brian Wilson’s Tanglewood Show Canceled
The Brian Wilson "Pet Sounds" June 16 concert at Tanglewood has been canceled. A statement from Wilson on his website cited health concerns.
BRTA Expanding Nighttime Service North and South
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will be adding 2 trips between North Adams and Pittsfield each weeknight starting July 1.
North Adams Mayor Seeking a Second Term
Mayor Tom Bernard announced today that he has taken out nomination papers in a bid to remain in City Hall's corner office for another two-year term.
Local Memorial Day Observances
Clarksburg and North Adams are among the communities marking the holiday with tributes.
North Adams Indoor Farmers Market Continues Saturday
The Indoor Farmers Market runs from 9am-1pm at 85 Main Street on the first Saturday of each month through May.
Holden Street Business To Close This Week
Bark N' Cat, the locally-owned and operated pet supply store on Holden Street in North Adams will close this Friday.
Berkshire Delegation To Host College Fair March 7 at MASS MoCA
"Go Higher" will take place this Thursday from 6-8 P.M. Reps from the Dept. of Higher Ed. & 5 state public higher education institutions will be there.
Late Alum’s Generosity to Benefit Future Drury Students
Albert Harvey Chenail has left $400,000 to endow the Frederick L. Chenail and Jessie M. Chenail Scholarship Fund at Drury.