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SANDISFIELD — As soon as the new pipeline is entirely in the ground, over 500,000 gallons of water from Lower Spectacle Pond will course through it to make sure the pipes don't leak. more
SANDISFIELD — In its denial Friday of a request to revisit approval of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.'s nearly completed project here, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said while the project would have "long-term impacts" to state … more
SANDISFIELD — Pipes being laid for a natural gas line here were made in Canada by a company owned by Roman Abramovich, a Russian billionaire and close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williams College Board of Trustees has named the college's Science Center director as its interim president.Professor Protik "Tiku" Majumder, a physics researcher who currently serves as the college's Barclay Jermain … more
Violence in Charlottesville, incendiary statements by the president, Confederate statues pulled down. Are we headed for a civil war? Don Morrison addresses this issue and more in his latest commentary. more
"I've never seen so much rain in my life."That was Melissa Pourpak's assessment of the situation in Houston, where rain from Tropical Storm Harvey continued to pour on Monday. P more
LENOX — One of the country's leading suppliers of products to the health and fitness industry has moved its administrative headquarters out of its warehouse in Lee to a small office building on Pittsfield Road. more
PITTSFIELD — An Albany, N.Y., man faces multiple charges after allegedly leading police on a pre-dawn chase from Pittsfield to Williamstown early Saturday that at times reached speeds that exceeded 100 mph. more
BOSTON — Four-term state Rep. Paul Mark, D-Peru, has been quietly exploring his viability as a candidate for higher office, according to Democratic Party insiders who say Mark has been testing his support within the activist community … more
SHEFFIELD — Milton Barnum was the ultimate "Tool Man."For nearly 50 years, the late Sheffield native collected nearly 1,000 kitchen gadgets and farm tools; familiar and not-so-obvious items that date back to the 19th and early 20th … more
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