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PITTSFIELD — People who oppose the Berkshire Museum's sale of works from its collection will stage a third public rally this weekend.From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, members of the Save the … more
PITTSFIELD — Soldier On isn't letting lack of state funds stop it from providing beds for the city homeless this winter.John Downing, president of Soldier On, said for the past four years the … more
PITTSFIELD — A crescent moon peeked over towering pines last weekend as about 25 runners readied in the darkness to race up Berry Mountain. The start time: 5 a.m. The duration: 50 miles through … more
PITTSFIELD — Bintou Kanyi told her family in the West African country of The Gambia that she just had some errands to run at the village market. She did not tell them about the airplane ticket to New York. “I ran away,” Kanyi says. “Because if I had told them that I was travelling, there were so many things they could do to stop me.” more
PITTSFIELD — A Herberg Middle School student will face disciplinary action after being found with a toy gun while riding a school bus Monday morning.According to Superintendent Jason "Jake" … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Kaylin Fredsall took great joy jumping into a pile of hay on a warm, crisp October Saturday.Her mother watching, the 4-year-old Great Barrington girl stood atop bales of the … more
PITTSFIELD — "I'll blow up the hospital and it will go boom, boom boom."That was part of the alleged outburst that prompted the arrest of an Adams man on Monday at Berkshire Medical Center in … more
ALFORD — Residents of Alford could have a consistent internet connection in their homes by spring, according to the most recent progress report by the town's Municipal Light Plant.The plan to … more
PITTSFIELD — Alden Avenue residents are on edge this week after a car came barreling down their street on Monday, taking out trash cans and crashing into a house."My husband heard the crash from upstairs," said Ellen Heath, who lives next door … more
PITTSFIELD — Paulino Aguilar survived an encounter with El Salvador’s notorious death squads in the 1980’s. Aguilar taught high school students in gang-ridden San Salvador until he moved to Pittsfield in 2002. He lived on North Street and started work at 3 in the morning at the former Morningside Bakery on Tyler Street. more
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