Lenox’s Hunter saves the day for Pittsfield Post 68

Lenox’s Hunter saves the day for Pittsfield Post 68

By Ethan Winter PITTSFIELD—Lenox’s Noah Hunter had barely pitched all year after suffering an injury that knocked him out for the rest of the high school season, but by the way he pitched Tuesday afternoon, you wouldn’t have known it. “I haven’t pitched in awhile and I was a little nervous going into it but as I […]

Baseball in the Berkshires open satellite exhibit in Lenox

Baseball in the Berkshires open satellite exhibit in Lenox

LENOX — On a miserable rainy Saturday afternoon, Lenox resident Jessica Cote and her family walked through the doors of the Lenox Historical Society to visit the brand new History of Baseball in Lenox satellite exhibit put on by the Baseball in the Berkshires Museum. “I think it’s important, it might not be down, all […]

Lenox Planning Board considers Housatonic St. solar development

Lenox Planning Board considers Housatonic St. solar development

LENOX — The Planning Board met Tuesday with representatives from Syncarpha Capital, a New York-based firm specializing in solar power, to consider the possibility of creating an overlay district to accommodate a $10-million, 7 megawatt solar project. The site in question is a 48-acre lot off of Housatonic Street by Mountain View Cemetery. 25 acres […]

New Lenox visitors center focuses on more than just tourism

New Lenox visitors center focuses on more than just tourism

LENOX – The town has officially unveiled the new visitors center, one that hopes to attract tourists and future residents alike. The building, located at 4 Housatonic St. and designed by Winstanley Partners, features a full-glass front and a bright green and white color scheme with hints of warm wood tones. Inside, works of art […]