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PITTSFIELD — President Donald Trump's new Afghanistan policy won't find many friends in the region's federal delegation. "The American people do not want to see our brave soldiers deployed indefinitely without an exit strategy," said Rep. Richard Neal, … more
LEE — Local beachcombers can resume swimming in Laurel LakeA day after high E. coli levels were detected at Sandy Beach, a retest at the town's swimming area came up clean."The lake can reopen for swimming [Thursday]," said Tri-Town Health … more
NORTH ADAMS — Supporters say a proposed bike path in Williamstown and North Adams is a great idea, but some residents who live on the route remain deeply concerned about the project. … more
PITTSFIELD — Nurses at Berkshire Medical Center are making house calls these days.They're stopping at workplaces as well. But not just at any address.On Wednesday, 10 members of the Massachusetts Nurses Association's local bargaining unit … more
ADAMS — The Adams-Cheshire Regional School District has opened the door for those claiming to have been sexually assaulted by former custodian Clement St. Hilaire to report those allegations"If any claimants come forward, the district will … more
PITTSFIELD — On Wednesday, hundreds of students and families turned out for The Berkshire Eagle's inaugural "Back to School: 1,000 Backpack Challenge," sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union and hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires … more
PITTSFIELD — After seven weeks, the games are winding down at Dorothy Amos Park. On Thursday, the Youth Initiative Project will host two games at the park as part of the playoffs for the organization's summer program."It's a fun summer … more
NORTH ADAMS — The City Council has overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to sell the city salt shed property.In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the council voted to hold onto the Ashland Street property that Mayor Richard Alcombright had proposed … more
SANDISFIELD — A Massachusetts State Police Department invoice shows $115,000 in charges to Kinder Morgan for pipeline-related trooper details at Otis State Forest between May 6 and June 3. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — While state funding was recently denied for an affordable housing complex planned for a Bridge Street brownfield, the possibility of an assisted living facility on another part of the eight-acre site is raising hopes for the … more
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