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    (Gillian Jones — The Berkshire Eagle)
    First Third Thursday of season has new look, new main stage

    PITTSFIELD — A rejuvenated Third Thursday was a big hit with performers, vendors and the thousands who packed the city's first block party of 2015.

    Photo Gallery | May 2015 Third Thursday

    Photo Gallery | Third Thursday Photo Booth Full Story

    POLICE LOG
    Pittsfield Police Log for Wednesday, May 20

    Wednesday, May 20 9:18 a.m.: Police arrest Israel Chaparro, 32, of Francis Avenue, on three warrants from outside the Pittsfield Police Department. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    (Scott Stafford — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Adams to celebrate restoration of historic public library

    ADAMS — Its granite cornerstone was laid by President William McKinley during a gala ceremony on Sept. 13, 1897.

    The Adams Free Library, unlike most small-town libraries, was built to serve as a library. The second story served as home for the Grand Army of the Republic, a veterans group for those who served in the Civil War.

    Photo Gallery | Adams Free Library

     
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    SPORTS
    (Matthew Sprague - The Berkshire Eagle)
    McCormack sets state scoring record in Greylock loss

    Greylock star's early goal sets record; Westfield in control after historic moment
    WILLIAMSTOWN >> It didn't take very long at all for Mount Greylock's Michael McCormack to make lacrosse history. Full Story
    Former Berkshire residents to run for suicide prevention
    LENOX >> As at least 1,200 runners gather for the annual Memorial Day Races this weekend, two former Berkshire County residents will be carrying figurative torches to honor their family, which regrouped and carried on following the shock of their father Peter Weinstein's suicide in June 1999. Full Story