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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
STOCKBRIDGE — Three years after two failed attempts to renovate Monument Mountain Regional High School, school officials are ready to give it another go."I would like to see some budget items … more
PITTSFIELD — The city man shot dead Friday afternoon as he charged police armed with a knife, died of seven gunshot wounds. That's the preliminary results of Saturday's autopsy conducted on 36-year-old Daniel Gillis at the Holyoke branch of … more
PITTSFIELD — A forum Tuesday took up a health care issue that may soon confront all state voters:How many registered nurses are needed on a hospital shift to ensure proper patient care? Organizers of the event say they invited representatives … more
SHEFFIELD - For years it's only been talked about as a good idea. On Thursday, there was a real step forward.In response to a request by Berkshire Hills Regional School District officials, the … more
When Troy MeChek first heard the heartbreaking news of Sunday night's gun attack on an outdoor concert near Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, it knocked the wind out of him. "I couldn't breathe," he … more
PITTSFIELD — Confusion abounded on Tuesday after a representative for Walmart said the company does not plan to go forward with a supercenter in the city. Katie Kinne of Slowey/McManus … 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
PITTSFIELD — Nobody likes upheaval at a local hospital. And nobody likes what appears to be a stingy employer, or a greedy nurses union. Labor experts say these are just two factors that can … more
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