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    Former Pittsfield Mayor Charles L. Smith laid to rest

    PITTSFIELD — Former Mayor Charles L. Smith was lauded during his funeral service Friday as a man whose positive influences endure through the lives of those who knew him — both within the political arena and outside it.

    Photo Gallery | Funeral for former Pittsfield Mayor Charlie Smith Full Story

    POLICE LOG
    Pittsfield Police log for Wednesday, Thursday

    Wednesday, Feb. 10 8:02 a.m.: A report of a breaking and entering on Toronita Avenue is investigated. Full Story
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    Dalton Police Officer James Scace charged with assaulting four teens while off-duty

    PITTSFIELD — A Dalton police officer is facing multiple charges for allegedly assaulting a group of teenagers while off-duty last fall.

    Photo Gallery | Dalton Police Officer James Scace arraigned on assault charge Full Story

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    Taconic boys basketball holds off Pittsfield in OT

    Braves win city rivalry game at home, 60-50
    PITTSFIELD >> After nearly letting the game slip away in regulation, the Taconic boys basketball showed poise and confidence, pulling out a 60-50 win over city rival Pittsfield at home on Friday.

    Photo Gallery | Taconic bests Pittsfield in overtime Full Story

    Taconic boys basketball holds off Pittsfield in OT
    PITTSFIELD >> After nearly letting the game slip away in regulation, the Taconic boys basketball showed poise and confidence, pulling out a 60-50 win over city rival Pittsfield at home on Friday.

    Photo Gallery | Taconic bests Pittsfield in overtime Full Story

     
    Outgoing Stockbridge chief says move to Townsend a pursuit, not a retreat
    STOCKBRIDGE >> As he prepares to move on to lead a 15-member department in Townsend, Police Chief Robert Eaton offers an outspoken message: He is leaving Stockbridge after two years solely for a leadership opportunity in a much larger town, not because of persistent pushback from some residents. Full Story