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PITTSFIELD — Two city men are facing firearms charges after police found a cache of weapons — including a sawed-off shotgun — during a raid on a Linden Street apartment early Friday.Fabian T. Hernandez, 34, of 108 Linden St., and … more
PITTSFIELD — Hip-hop will have its day in Pittsfield.The inaugural Funkdation Hip-Hop Art Festival goes down from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday in and around the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts. It will feature a range of activities for all ages, from … more
SANDISFIELD — The bugs are back in this low-lying part of town. It's humid and the ground is still wet from recent rains. Daffodils are popping up everywhere next to old stone walls and forests. more
STOCKBRIDGE — Just in time for the seasonal rush of patrons seeking a traditional, authentic New England dining experience, the historic 125-room Red Lion Inn has completed a $1.2 million renovation of its kitchen. more
PITTSFIELD — A city man who served nearly two years for his role in a crash that killed a Pittsfield man will serve no more time in prison.Douglas F. Guinan, 58, who has been free since his conviction was overturned in 2014, pleaded guilty in … more
NORTH ADAMS — By 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, they had a put up a 28-by-16-foot stage, and by midnight tonight, it'll all be down and packed away. Such is the life of a stage concert crew.Except in the case of the 11 people responsible for this … more
PITTSFIELD — Embracing a mantra repeated by leaders citywide, the Pittsfield Public Schools Committee has approved a budget that's a quarter million dollars less than the current year. more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Boston Symphony Orchestra's $30 million multi-use complex on the Tanglewood grounds has been cleared for construction beginning next fall. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Working together to find solutions to the problems of a countywide decline in enrollment and an increase in costs. more
PITTSFIELD — For the second Saturday, a familiar face will be missing this weekend at Wandering Star Craft Brewery. No, Fuggle the brewery cat hasn't gone AWOL again. Christopher Post, the 15-barrel brewery's founder and guiding light, lies in a Boston hospital recovering from a harrowing injury. more
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