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Berkshire Medical CenterJeffrey Newell and Amy Ziter of Pittsfield, a daughter, Kahleesi Gracen Newell, Jan. 17. more
PITTSFIELD — A city man who had heroin and ammunition hidden inside stuffed animals in his home has been sentenced to 18 months in jail.Devon R. Fitts, aka Devon E. Fitts and Sean Ward, 35, was … more
LENOX — With 339 local structures listed by the state as historic sites, town leaders are trying to get a handle on how best to preserve the community's vast array of significant properties … more
Students, residents to perform in theater workshop A group of 20 Richmond Consolidated School students in grades 6 through 8 and eight residents over the age of 50 have been immersed since last … more
The Northern Berkshire Retirees will hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 4, at the Greylock Community Club, 548 State Road. The agenda includes the installation of officers and … more
NORTH ADAMS — A city woman was stabbed and beaten to death, allegedly at the hands of her husband, local authorities said over the weekend. A state medical examiner, Dr. Robert Welton, ruled the … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A father and son will likely see charges dismissed in a case in which they assaulted a man they believe helped a family member obtain a lethal heroin dose.But first, they … more
As political leaders in Washington battle over the future of immigration law and border security, immigrants around the country to feeling the stress of an uncertain future and the fear of arrest and deportation. Brooke Mead, director of the Berkshire Immigrant Center in Pittsfield, says that in her 16 years of working with immigrant populations, "It's definitely the most fearful I have seen people." Mead says Berkshire County is "a welcoming community" for immigrants, but on the national level, she has "never seen such anti-immigrant rhetoric." more
"You are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts." In this week's commentary, Don Morrison explains how the president's more than 2,000 misstatements in the past year and the belief in these alternate facts make him a postmodern president. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Spectrum cable TV service is going 100 percent digital Tuesday in six South County towns.And that means customers will need a digital receiver for any TV not connected to a … more
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