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By Adam Shanksashanks@berkshireeagle.comNORTH ADAMS — Political newcomer Thomas Bernard will face off against City Councilor Robert Moulton Jr., in the race for mayor. Bernard and Moulton were the top two vote-getters out of the five … more
LEE — After three failed searches for a permanent full-time superintendent, the Lee Public Schools is going the part-time route for the next three years.The Lee-Tyringham Union 29 committee charged with hiring a new superintendent has tapped … more
MIDDLEFIELD — The elderly man appears in the doorway of sculptor Andrew DeVries' studio on River Road. Peering through his glasses, he turns to his right, raises a cellphone and takes a picture."I'm not surprised," said DeVries, who is … more
PITTSFIELD — From Boston to Washington, D.C., legislators are working this week to restore a Springfield TV station's programming to an estimated 30,000 cable TV customers in the Berkshires.But their goal — which costs money and … more
PITTSFIELD — A plan to resettle dozens of refugees in the Pittsfield area has been scrapped by the U.S. State Department.Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts, which would have worked to bring the refugees to the area, announced the … more
LANESBOROUGH — The spirit of state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi was present Monday night as the Democratic candidates to fill her seat gathered for a forum in Town Hall.The event, hosted by the town's Democratic Committee, was moderated by state Rep. … more
PITTSFIELD — A guilty conscience apparently got the better of a robbery suspect who turned himself in to police about three hours after allegedly swiping $50 from a Tyler Street convenience store.Christopher Hennington, 26, entered Kirk's … more
NORTH ADAMS — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey pulled together a group of a dozen community stakeholders on Monday morning, for "a candid conversation" about the opioid epidemic and substance addiction in the region to learn about … more
NORTH ADAMS — The day has come to narrow the field of mayoral candidates.City voters will choose their favorite of the five nominees on the ballot on Tuesday, with the top two vote-getters moving on to the city election on November 7. Polling … more
PITTSFIELD — From flesh-eating bacteria to strange injuries, caring for patients hit by Hurricane Harvey was unlike anything Geraldine McQuoid had seen in her 45 years of nursing. "It was heartbreaking," she said. more
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