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.
Pignatelli, Barrett File Bill to Establish Coronavirus Fund
State Reps. William "Smitty" Pignatelli and John Barrett III have filed an emergency bill to establish a "COVID-19 Quarantine Assistance Fund."
‘Presumptive Positive’ Coronavirus Case Reported at BMC
An older male patient who has not traveled abroad is being treated at Berkshire Medical Center for the new coronavirus — the first reported case in Western Massachusetts.
Presentation on Domestic Abuse Slated Thursday
Harrington's office, through the Berkshire Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force, is bringing award-winning journalist Rachel Louise Snyder to Pittsfield to speak about her latest book, "No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us."
Price Rite Marketplace Shows Off Remodel
The 25-year-old grocery chain is re-branding all of its Massachusetts locations with a goal of an improved customer experience.
Police Investigate Berkshire Mall Shooting Incident
A man from out of the area went to Berkshire Medical Center around 3:30 p.m. Sunday and reported that he'd been shot, according to Lanesborough Police Chief Timothy Sorrell.
Berkshire Museum Offers Free Admittance To Berkshire Children for 2020
The "FreeBee" tickets were funded by donors who attended a wine gala last summer, according to a statement from the museum. The event raised more than $300,000 to support the museum's education programs and expand free access to all children.
Census Shows Berkshires Still Losing Population
As of July 1, the county had 126,348 residents, according to the bureau's 2019 nationwide estimates released this week.
Harrington, Other DA’s Want Juvenile Court Age Limit Raised
The iBerkshires.com reports three county prosecutors are calling on lawmakers to raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to include defendants between the ages of 18 and 21.