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As the first measurable snowfall of the season landed in the Berkshires Saturday morning, Pittsfield police responded to a number of calls for crashes … more
PITTSFIELD — The Attorney General's Office needs nearly two more months to complete its inquiry into the Berkshire Museum art sale, the office says … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A broken pipe has forced the shutdown of Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School, and it remained unclear Tuesday when the building will be able to reopen.A frozen pipe on the … more
PITTSFIELD — Is the city ready to overhaul its trash pickup program? Many agree that change is in order for the unlimited pickup service that often leads to garbage-strewn street corners, but … more
NORTH ADAMS — A woman was transported to Berkshire Medical Center on Thursday morning after the SUV she was driving crashed into the front porch of a home on Church Street.Ilda Coffman, 47, of … more
PITTSFIELD — A prominent local developer is working with the city to turn the former St. Mary the Morning Star Church on Tyler Street into an apartment complex.David Carver, joined by Mayor … more
STOCKBRIDGE — One of Berkshire County's privately-owned Gilded Age estates has a new owner. Southmayd Farm on Glendale Middle Road, located on land once owned by Henry Wadsworth … more
PITTSFIELD — An ongoing power struggle at the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter has made its way to Central Berkshire District Court, where the board's chairwoman and treasurer, who were voted out … more
PITTSFIELD — A Walmart Supercenter is off the table, but a developer working on the project remains committed to building a large-scale retail project at the William Stanley Business Park.A … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Five years after it was first proposed, the $50 million, 112-room Travaasa Experiential Resort project at Elm Court has a clear path forward.A settlement reached between a group … more
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