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NORTH ADAMS — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey pulled together a group of a dozen community stakeholders on Monday morning, for "a candid conversation" about the opioid epidemic and substance addiction in the region to learn about … more
CLARKSBURG — Less than two months after falling one vote short, supporters of a $19 million elementary school upgrade project are ready to try again.A special town meeting on whether to … more
NORTH ADAMS — On a rare autumn day that approached 90 degrees, the playground at Greylock School was empty. After multiple reports of potentially rabid fox sightings and one recent attack in … more
PITTSFIELD — Three sons of artist Norman Rockwell went to court Friday to stop the auction of 40 works owned by the Berkshire Museum, including two donated by their father.Their action … more
SANDISFIELD — Forced out of Standing Rock, American Indians have dispersed around the country to continue the work — and get arrested for it if need be."We came to the conclusion that all water is sacred and that all land is sacred," … more
NORTH ADAMS — John Barrett III's campaign had substantially more cash on hand heading into the final weeks before Tuesday's primary election.The four candidates for the Democratic line on … more
PITTSFIELD — The Massachusetts Cultural Council is urging leaders of the Berkshire Museum to halt a planned sale of artworks, calling the move improper and unnecessary. An independent analysis by the state agency concludes that the … more
PITTSFIELD — A plan to resettle dozens of refugees in the Pittsfield area has been scrapped by the U.S. State Department.Jewish Family Service of Western Massachusetts, which would have worked to … more
NORTH ADAMS — North Adams Ambulance Service and Village Ambulance Service in Williamstown have agreed to merge, the two agencies announced on Thursday. Pending the "operational, regulatory, … more
NORTH ADAMS — Had Paul de Jong’s Holocaust-surviving father decided to accept the job offer in New York, this immigrant’s tale would not have been told. Vrin de Jong, a schoolmate of Anne Frank in Amsterdam, survived the murderous Nazi occupation of The Netherlands, where most Dutch Jews did not. On his first trip to the United States, by boat, in 1951, “He traveled to the promised land,” tells his son in the large North Adams house he and his wife, Carin, are renovating. more
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