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PITTSFIELD — Patricia and Edward McLaughlin remember the old days of this section of Tyler Street. "The library annex [for the Berkshire Athenaeum] was a little ways up the street," said Patricia, pointing east. "The Lee Supermarket was where … more
PITTSFIELD — As the commercial real estate landscape in downtown Pittsfield continues to change, so do the people involved in it.A Florida real estate broker has entered the fray, purchasing the four-story Cooper Center building on the corner … more
PITTSFIELD — A group that emerged Friday has company in wanting the Berkshire Museum to hit the brakes on a planned auction.But what it put on the table may stand alone: $1 million.The anonymous group, made up of at least three people who … more
It's been nearly five years since state residents voted to legalize medical marijuana, but efforts to start businesses related to the burgeoning industry have only just recently begun to pick up steam. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The walk-in clinic that Berkshire Health Systems established at Williamstown Medical Associates last year is being closed due to a consistent lack of patient volume.The clinic, inside Williamstown Medical Associates facility on … more
PITTSFIELD — The announcement that The Lantern is shutting its doors didn't stop "The Dinner Dames" from holding their annual Christmas party there. They just bumped it up a few months. more
PITTSFIELD — A little boy ran up to a table being stocked with trophies and paused in awe, letting his melting Popsicle drop to his side."Wow," he said, eyes widening."Those are for you. You worked hard this summer," Manny Slaughter told him. … more
SAVOY — A half hour into a public hearing Thursday night at the Savoy firehouse, Bobby LaBonte and more than half a dozen others walked out.He paused in the parking lot to explain why."This meeting just got carried away, because of too many … more
PITTSFIELD — The state's Appeals Court has upheld the 2015 conviction of a former certified nursing assistant convicted of abusing a patient in his care. more
LEE — A month from now, Forest Street will go from the worst ride in town to the smoothest. The local general contractor for the $1 million project plans to put down the top coat of asphalt next week, while completing the drainage upgrade with … more
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