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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
LENOX — As school bells rang on Thursday to usher in the new academic year, an unexpected but welcome increase in resident first and seventh grade students is easing concerns about year-to-year increases in school choice enrollment.A … more
PITTSFIELD — "I was driving to work with a desire to throw up, with anxiety in my body." That's how Eleanore Velez, coordinator the multicultural center at Berkshire Community College, described how she felt last week after fielding calls from … more
PITTSFIELD — City officials are making progress toward establishing a business development manager position to oversee Pittsfield's economic development efforts. But the agreement isn't ready between the three entities pulling the position … more
CLARKSBURG — The 65-year-old Clarksburg Elementary School hasn't had a major upgrade since it opened.School and other town officials are hoping that later this month, voters will give the district the green light it needs to move ahead with a … more
SANDISFIELD — The mood was different in Otis State Forest Monday.There were no megaphones, no political speeches, no arrests for stopping pipeline work, and no lineup of state police vans ready to haul protesters to jail. more
LENOX — Town leaders, acknowledging the scarcity of affordable housing in the community, have approved a plan that, if successful, would add at least 60 new units for low- or moderate-income families over the next five years. … more
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