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A 6.6-megawatt solar array on Partridge Road in Lanesborough would have been one of the largest Eversource had built.But the company abandoned the project because of interconnection issues — the capacity produced would be too much for existing … more
PITTSFIELD — "Healthcare Reform: Where Do We Go From Here?" It's a timely topical question that is also the title of a forum that filled a room at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Wendell Avenue on Thursday night.The Berkshire Citizens for … more
PITTSFIELD — A man accused of shooting a Windsor man last month in Pittsfield is being held without bail after being arrested on drug and ammunition possession charges.Tahj McCormick, 21, of Wilbraham, was arrested Thursday after police, … more
LANESBOROUGH — At high noon, Antonio J. Marcella opened the legs of a red "AUCTION TODAY" sign. He set it at the edge of a lawn as a line of men stood across Westview Road.An arrow on the sign … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The selectmen will review the lone response to a request for proposals (RFP) to reuse the former Housatonic School at a special meeting on Sept. 5 at 6:30 in Town Hall. The board has the option of accepting the proposal or … more
NORTH ADAMS — First Baptist Church Pastor Dave Anderson officiated his 12th funeral for a young person who died of a drug overdose last week.He has almost become numbed by the experience, "as … more
PITTSFIELD — The past five Mondays before Thanksgiving, hundreds of city residents braved rain, wind, cold and snow to receive a prepare-your-own holiday feast.Upward of 1,300 families over a … more
PITTSFIELD — Those dealing with the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey don't need prom dresses and winter coats.While those donating such items have the best intentions, said state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier, D-Pittsfield, unnecessary items … more
The Berkshire EaglePITTSFIELD — Two residents were displaced from their city apartment after a fire late Thursday caused damage to their duplex.When crews arrived on the scene about midnight, they found fire in the ceiling and walls of one of … more
PITTSFIELD — Four labor organizations will sponsor a forum Tuesday about a union's staffing dispute with Berkshire Health Systems. The groups bill the forum as "an opportunity for all stakeholders ... to join the conversation." For a year, a … more
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