Tom Conklin is the News Director and lead news voice for the Berkshire News Network and the Townsquare Media Berkshire Radio Group. Tom is also a musician and voiceover talent. He has been a guitarist for more than three decades and plays lead guitar for the New England based band, The Matchstick Architects. He also does voiceover narration work for clients all over the world from his home studio in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Tom is also a founding member of Berkshire Organization for Original Music, or BOOM, which is a Berkshire County based organization that advocates for the local original music scene and performers of original music in the Berkshires.
“Stop And Shop Express” Promises Delivery In As Little As 30 Minutes
Stop & Shop is partnering with Instacart to launch Stop & Shop Express. It's a new service that will allow customers to shop for their groceries and other household items online, and then have them delivered in as little as 30 minutes right to your front door.
Berkshire DA’s Office “Town Halls” Will Focus On Justice Reform
The Berkshire District Attorney's Office announced the town hall events via media release today, in which the District Attorney will share the latest on her office's effort to reform the justice system.
Lenox Business Up For 2021 Award For Marketplace Excellence
J. Smegal Roofing, in Lenox, is one of 14 businesses that has been nominated for a 2021 Award for Marketplace Excellence.
3 Promoted To Sergeant At The Berkshire County Sheriff’s Office
Three corrections officers at the Berkshire County Jail & House of Correction have been promoted.
State Rep. Paul Mark Is “Overwhelmed” By Berkshire Delegation Support
State Rep. Paul Mark officially announced his run for State Senate during an event at Park Square in Pittsfield on Monday. During the event, Mark was endorsed by his fellow State Representatives, Tricia Farley Bouvier, John Barrett III, and William "Smitty" Pignatelli.
12 Images Of The Amazing Veterans Memorial Park In Pittsfield
Veterans Memorial Park off of South Street in Pittsfield is a spectacular scene of pride and remembrance.
Pittsfield Voters Have Some Important Decisions To Make In Two Weeks
When Pittsfield voters go to the polls on November 2nd they will seat a new Pittsfield City Council and New Pittsfield School Committee.
Berkshire County Historical Society Oral Histories Project Helped By Grant Money
The Historical Society has been awarded an $8,750 Mass Humanities grant from the Expand Massachusetts Stories Initiative to fund the completion of the Berkshire County Oral Histories project.
Four Cases Of COVID-19 Confirmed At The Pittsfield Post Office
The Pittsfield Health Department Says that there are four lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the United States Postal Office Location at 212 Fenn Street.
Algae Bloom In This Lenox Lake Is Harmful to Humans And Dogs
The Tri-Town Health Department, with guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health has issued a public health advisory due to the presence of Cyanobacteria.