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SHEFFIELD — The Attorney General isn't the only one questioning the legitimacy of Mountain Water Systems' proposed 58 percent water rate hike for Sheffield customers, the state utility … more
PITTSFIELD — After 10 years as the provisional head of the city Police Department, Michael Wynn is officially chief.And shortly after swearing in Wynn on Friday afternoon, Mayor Linda Tyer … more
LANESBOROUGH — There are plenty of parking spaces available at the Berkshire Mall, but most of them aren't accessible right now because they're buried under the snow. … more
Having celebrated her 90th birthday last month, Theresa Tarent Tracy is still athletic, strong and slender. And she still hopes to inspire others to a life of optimum health. Since 1989 when she was 66, an age when many retire, the well-toned and deceptively young-looking mother of four has been teaching a variety of water-borne physical fitness classes and aerobics at the Pittsfield YMCA. Many of her pupils are much younger than she. more
A collection of Letters to the Editor on the topic of the Berkshire Museum's "New Vision" and a plan to sell 40 works of art. The letters are listed in chronological order, based on the date the … more
PITTSFIELD — As a survivor of Stage 4 liver cancer, Kathy Regan thought she knew pain.But then she contracted multiple conditions, including Lyme disease, from a tick bite. She entered a world … more
PITTSFIELD — The banner hanging in the sanctuary of First Church of Christ Congregational on Park Square read "4 Freedoms 4 Everyone."The message in support of freedom from want, freedom from … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — They open the door and stop, every single one of them. They hadn't even made it to the coffee or cookies yet, or to those little pastries stuffed with lamb.All who entered … more
The new tax code will save Berkshire County residents hundreds to thousands of dollars — for a while — but the $1.4 trillion federal budget gap the GOP plan creates, over the next 10 … more
PITTSFIELD — One year after more than 2,000 people endured the bitter January cold to march down North Street in support of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's four freedoms, the Four Freedoms … more
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