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SPRINGFIELD — A former court clinician has filed suit against a former Pittsfield drug court judge, claiming that she was removed from her job because she objected to his sexual advances.Filed … more
ADAMS — Police Chief Richard Tarsa on Wednesday night took issue with a newspaper account of an incident in which an Adams resident was pulled over by police, ordered to the ground at gunpoint, … more
LENOX — It can start with a sales pitch from a local chamber of commerce, or maybe it's a mention in a travel publication.Then word begins to spread, and all of a sudden a small town with … more
DALTON — The Main Street cemetery monument for Thomas G. Thompson, who died in 1917, stands at least eight feet tall.Months ago, it lay in several pieces on the ground."I believe a tree limb … more
NORTH ADAMS — As he prepares to leave office, Mayor Richard Alcombright believes the city's health department is back on track.The city is current on inspections of more than 60 food … more
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Alan English is stepping down as publisher of New England Newspapers Inc. to pursue public service in a new sector as head of communications for the Military Officers Association of America. New England Newspapers Inc. President Fredric D. Rutberg will become president and publisher of the company’s four news titles, The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington (Vt.) Banner, Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer and Manchester (Vt.) Journal, along with its magazines and niche publications. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — While communities across Berkshire County are delaying the advent of marijuana businesses, Williamstown is getting ready for recreational sales on day one.That is, provided the … more
NORTH ADAMS — A member of the North Adams Airport Commission was removed from his post on Thursday amidst an ongoing police investigation into "irregularities in the fuel account" at … more
PITTSFIELD — The first baby born in Berkshire County in 2018 came with a few surprises.The little boy born to Brenna and Jonathan Sawtelle, of Hindsdale, on Jan. 1, 2018, at the Berkshire Medical … more
PITTSFIELD — A Becket man who allegedly lured women with drug addictions into a prostitution ring in the city will remain held without bail, and a co-defendant has been ordered held on $7,500 … more
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