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PITTSFIELD — Berkshire County residents and other interested constituents will be able to hold audience with U.S. Rep. Richard Neal this Friday night, and also be able to hold him accountable. The Springfield-based Democrat represents … more
NORTH ADAMS — Project Manager Eric Kerns told the Planning Board on Monday that Beyond Place LLC's proposal for a new restaurant was the final component of its redevelopment of the former Redwood Motel and properties on the southern bank of … more
LEE — The Rev. Brian McGrath has a special relation with Mary, mother of Jesus.The Eastern Massachusetts native's second assignment was associate pastor at St. Mary's Church in Lee (1996-1998) followed by his first of four straight pastoral … more
ADAMS — The Adams-Cheshire Regional School District will investigate an unspecified number of new claims from former students alleging they were sexually assaulted by a school custodian in the 1970s."The district is now investigating these … more
PITTSFIELD — In the midst of ongoing concerns about its plan to sell off 40 works of art, the Berkshire Museum has released a public statement reaffirming its commitment to the plan — and its leadership."The Board of Trustees of the … more
One thing the Baby Boomers and subsequent generations didn't inherit from the 'Greatest Generation' is its ability to face adversity with a smile. Instead, they worry. They worry a lot and they have a lot to worry about. more
BOSTON — It is a question that has tripped up presidential candidates, and one that could still land employees in hot water at work: When have you last used marijuana?For two members of the Cannabis Control Commission, which had its first … more
PITTSFIELD — Donald Brodeur was at his friend's apartment at the White Terrace complex on Sunday when the fire began.They tried to put out the fire themselves, he said, but soon realized they couldn't control the blaze, so they started banging … more
ADAMS — The five candidates for state representative laid out their platforms and offered a glimpse into their priorities on Monday during a public forum in Adams. Though often echoing each other's goals — like adjusting the state funding mechanism for local schools — the candidates diverged in the nuance of how to achieve them. Eschewing a typical debate format, event host ProAdams instead allotted each of the five 1st Berkshire District candidates 10 minutes to illustrate his or her platform. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — For more than 10 years, it's been a 110-year-old ball and chain around the town's neck and a prominent shell in the heart of Housatonic village.And after two rounds of proposal requests from the town, the former Housatonic … more
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