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The Berkshire Record was a weekly newspaper for Berkshire County in Massachusetts that was founded in 1989 by Limestone Enterprises. It won many statewide awards for journalism and many other newspaper-related elements.[citation needed] It was the oldest weekly newspaper in Berkshire County. Citing diminished revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic, publishers Anthony and Donna Prisendorf announced on May 1, 2020, that they would suspend publication indefinitely.[1]

Berkshire Real Estate Guide

Every month, the Record created a real estate guide that was available at many places, not just the one day in the paper that it comes out.

Berkshire Courier

The Berkshire Courier was a Record project that was started in 2005. The Courier was closed in 2017.

See also

References

  1. ^ The Berkshire Record closes its doors after 31 years - The Berkshire Edge https://theberkshireedge.com/the-berkshire-record-closes-its-doors-after-31-years/