We all know that Massachusetts has some of the richest history of any state in the U.S. There are plenty of things in the Bay State that even pre-date America's birthday on July 4th, 1776. Of course, some big parts of America's history also rests in some of the most historic forts in the country. Some of those have been made into national, state, and local parks. Others serve as historic monuments and landmarks throughout the country. It seems that two of these historic forts that are just as old as America are in Massachusetts.
With so much history, Massachusetts has some of the oldest cities and towns throughout the entire country. So, it really only makes sense that it would be home to some of the most oldest restaurants in the history of the U.S. too, right? And there's not just one, but two! Not only are they two of the oldest restaurants, but they also happen to be restaurants you can still visit and grab a bite to eat.
Mother's Day came and went this year and it was chilly! Yes, I know chilly is subjective, but 58 and windy in May sucks. 😂
Low relative humidity is prompting a red flag warning as this weather is conducive to fire spread.
A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now....or w...
I was looking around to see if our haunted places here in the Berkshires would make any of the national lists as far as being really haunted and two of the locations here in the Berkshires kept on popping up in some top ten lists including Thrillist.