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    (Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Rain falls on Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade, but spirits undampened

    PITTSFIELD >> With conditions a far cry from the forecasted sunny weather, parade-goers still came out in droves to the nationally regarded Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade. Full Story
    POLICE LOG
    Pittsfield Police log for Wednesday, July 1

    Wednesday, July 1 9:02 a.m.: Police arrest Matthew M. Williamson, 31, of North Street, Pittsfield on a charge of possession of heroin with intent to distribute. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    (Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle)
    National Park Service representative tours Eagle Mill; historic tax credits at stake

    LEE >> A high-ranking National Park Service official has vowed to expedite a final decision on the Eagle Mill historical preservation plan — crucial to keeping alive the $70 million revitalization proposal. Full Story
    SPORTS
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    McNinch holds off Rabasco to win Pittsfield Independence Day race

    Recent Lenox graduate wins by 1 second; Barry top women's finisher
    PITTSFIELD >> As the pace truck for the 30th Independence Day 5K Road Race made its final turn from North onto Wahconah Street, Tucker McNinch appeared to have his first victory well in hand. Full Story
    McNinch holds off Rabasco to win Pittsfield Independence Day race
    PITTSFIELD >> As the pace truck for the 30th Independence Day 5K Road Race made its final turn from North onto Wahconah Street, Tucker McNinch appeared to have his first victory well in hand. Full Story

     
    James Taylor fans plan strategy to get seats at July 4 Tanglewood show
    LENOX >> According to the diehards, "It's strategic." By hook or by crook, hundreds — maybe even thousands — among the 18,000 who flooded Tanglewood for James Taylor's Fourth of July show were determined to set up shop at the very front of the lawn. Full Story