Hi, I’m Marjo, the newest, and by far the coolest, member of the staff here at Live 95.9. I’m a native of the Berkshires, who grew up in Williamstown and attended Berkshire Community College after high school. I’ve spent the past 12 years in the restaurant business, and my love of people and passion for working with the public has me very excited to interact with the community on this new platform. I’m a lover of all things sports, including a borderline obsession with the Dallas Cowboys. I love to run and play golf (neither of which I excel at) and my free time is spent hanging out with my giant fur baby Bam Bam, a 115 pound St. Bernard mix. I’m a total foodie that got the travel bug at a young age and to this day enjoy exploring the world with my crazy band of friends.
Pet of the Week: Meet Teddy
Teddy is this week's Berkshire Humane Society Pet of the Week and is looking for his forever home.
Everything You Need to Know About the Pittsfield Tree Lighting
A favorite holiday tradition is right around the corner.
Dunkin’s Largest Holiday Menu EVER Debuts Tomorrow
Like it or not, Dunkin' is already geared up for the holiday season.
Free Hocus Pocus Showing Tonight
If you're still looking for something to do with family tonight we've got you covered.
Pittsfield, North Adams & Others Postpone Trick-or-Treat
Many municipalities in Berkshire County have decided to postpone festivities.
Pet of the Week: Meet Fluffy
Fluffy is this week's Berkshire Humane Society Pet of the Week and is looking for her forever home.
Lawn Clippings Lead to Stabbing
A dispute between Pittsfield neighbors resulted in a gun being pulled and left one man with stab wounds.
Netflix Attempts to Crackdown on Password Sharing
The streaming giant says it's aware of how widespread password sharing it, and is working towards ending it.
Experts Predict Warmer Than Average New England Winter
The NOAA released their latest winter outlook and it's looks like New England could see a warmer winter.
BCAC Warm Clothing Drive: How to Sign Up & How to Help.
Temperatures will be dropping soon and the Berkshire Community Action Council is helping to make sure local children stay warm.