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PITTSFIELD — In the early 1990s, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based trash hauler tried to buy 250 acres in Hinsdale for a dump. That didn't get very far.Berkshire Natural Resources Council stopped it cold."A little bird whispered in our ear that the area … more
PITTSFIELD — Alden Avenue residents are on edge this week after a car came barreling down their street on Monday, taking out trash cans and crashing into a house."My husband heard the crash from upstairs," said Ellen Heath, who lives next door … more
PITTSFIELD — Tyler Street businesses needing a facelift can now access $65,000 in state and local funds to help pay for the facade work.The Tyler Street District Storefront Improvement Program is accepting applications from existing or vacant … more
NORTH ADAMS — A city man accused of stabbing a neighbor in the neck remains held without bail pending his transportation to New Bedford, where he allegedly violated probation. Ryan Peterson, 27, and another man allegedly approached the victim, … more
BOSTON — As he sets out to stand up a legal marijuana industry here, Cannabis Control Commission Chairman Steven Hoffman said Wednesday he intends for retail marijuana sales to begin by July 2018, but did not guarantee that the nascent … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum has ended its relationship with the Smithsonian Institution as the result of the museum's decision this summer to sell off some of its art as a way to bolster its endowment and fund an extensive renovation. … more
PITTSFIELD — Three U.S. lawmakers who represent Massachusetts hotly condemned President Donald Trump's decision Tuesday to undo a policy that protects young undocumented people from deportation."Repealing DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood … more
LANESBOROUGH — The town's top cop vows to keep his community's 3,000 residents safe, especially at night.Police Chief Timothy Sorrell remains steadfast in having two officers duty at all times — even if he has to fill a shift … more
PITTSFIELD — The city officer who fatally shot a suspect allegedly charging with a knife Friday afternoon is on paid administrative leave, according to Police Chief Michael Wynn.An autopsy report showed 36-year-old Daniel Gillis was shot seven … more
PITTSFIELD — A South Street church once again shines brightly on the downtown.After a three-month makeover, the First Baptist Church cupola has returned to prominence on the city skyline."Lit from dusk to 10 p.m., we're the beacon of Park … more
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