Adam Frenier

Berkshire County Reporter

Adam is based at New England Public Radio’'s Berkshire County news bureau in Pittsfield, where he has been since August, 2015. He joined NEPR as a freelance reporter and fill-in operations assistant during the summer of 2011. For more than 15 years, Adam has had a number stops throughout his broadcast career, including as a news reporter and anchor, sports host and play-by-play announcer as well as a producer and technician.

Adam graduated from UMass Amherst in 2004 with a B.A. in History.

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The Daily Hampshire Gazette is based in Northampton, Mass.
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Looking back at the news this week, employees of the Daily Hampshire Gazette and Valley Advocate announced they're looking to unionize. The effort was sparked, in part, by perceived gender pay inequities that came to light last year. 

A PVTA bus in Amherst, Massachusetts.
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Updated Nov. 15, 2018 

A group of five Hampshire County colleges is increasing payments to the cash-strapped Pioneer Valley Transit Authority to help keep three bus routes between the campuses running.

After a post-election staff meeting Wednesday, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said he intended to serve all four years of his second term.
Sam Doran / State House News Service

Massachusetts Republican Governor Charlie Baker won re-election this week by a two-to-one margin, while in Connecticut, Democrat Ned Lamont won a tight race to become the next governor. 

John Adams Courthouse, home of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Monday took up the definitions of farming and agriculture. 

From left, Anne Gobi and Steven Hall.
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There's just one state Senate race involving towns in western Massachusetts on Election Day: the district that includes parts of eastern Hampden and Hampshire Counties.

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