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Live 95.9 Facebook Friday Winner For Sept. 18
Thank you all who have liked Live 95.9 on Facebook. We are now over 7,800 likes on our page. Incredible stuff and we appreciate it very much.
For those who have liked us, you are all qualified to win a $25 gift card to the Berkshire General Store in Downtown Pittsfield...
Berkshire Magazine's 'Berkshire 25' Announced
Berkshire Magazine has released their annual list of the Berkshire 25. In it's seventh year, the list recognizes individuals for their dedication, creativity, and influence in their fields.
Covering a broad array of careers and volunteer efforts, the 25 people are highlighted in the fa…
Massive Fire at Green Mountain Race Track (PHOTOS)
A defunct race track went up in flames late last night, prompting responses from multiple area Fire Departments, according to iBerkshires.
Green Mountain Racetrack in Pownal, Vermont, just over the boarder from Williamstown, went up in flames late Wednesday night, sending smoke billowing over the Nor…
Pet of the Week: Meet Reptar
Every Wednesday at 8:30 we're joined by John Perreault, Executive Director of the Berkshire Humane Society to discuss all the happenings at their Barker Road facility, plus talk about their Pet of the Week.
This week's Pet of the Week is Reptar, a one-year-old neutered domest…
Kindergarten Student Tests Positive for COVID-19 at Pine Cobble
Just days after a teacher at Pine Cobble School tested positive for the novel coronavirus, a second adult and now a student have tested positive as well.
Sue Wells, head of the the small private school in Williamstown, confirmed to iBerkshires that no only a second adult staff member, but now a …
Ken's Bowl Out, Marijuana Grow Facility In
Rumors surrounding the sale of Ken's Bowl to a neighboring recreational and medical marijuana company have been circulating for a few months now, but according to The Berkshire Eagle, it's official.
Berkshire Roots, located next to Ken's Bowl on Dalton Ave in Pittsfield, is seeking app…
Mandatory Water Restriction Starts Tomorrow in Pittsfield
With reservoir levels for the City of Pittsfield’s water supply now below the 8 feet marker, the city will implement mandatory water restrictions beginning, Tomorrow, Sept. 16.
The move comes nearly two weeks after the city announced its move toward Stage 2 of its drought management p…
Williamstown Teacher Tests Positive for COVID-19
A teacher at a small private school in Williamstown has tested positive to COVID-19, prompting the school to move to remote learning.
iBerkshires reports that a teacher at Pine Cobble school tested positive for the virus Friday, after leaving the school Wednesday with a fever, according to …
Local Apple Orchard Named One of the Best in the State
'Tis the season for apple picking, cider donuts, and all things fall.
While the Fall season doesn't officially start until September 22, the temperatures are starting to creep lower in and the leaves are beginning to change and Berkshire County is getting in th…

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