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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
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire County residents and other interested constituents will be able to hold audience with U.S. Rep. Richard Neal this Friday night, and also be able to hold him accountable. The Springfield-based Democrat represents … more
PITTSFIELD — Arthur Meyrick was a gentle, quiet man and a companion, a friend and "rock." Those were among the qualities described Monday by friends and family members, who said he would be … more
The floodwaters are slowly receding in Houston, but Harvey continues to churn along the Texas and Louisiana coasts."I'd assume that by a week from tomorrow everything should be back to normal," said Don Fitzgerald. "But who's to say."Harvey made … more
PITTSFIELD — Seven works owned by the Berkshire Museum are now scheduled for sale Nov. 13, half the number originally proposed for the start of a controversial deaccession of art. The museum is also scaling back, at least for now, the overall size of its sales. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Derek Gentile liked to write a good story as much as he loved to tell one. As colorful as he was erudite, Gentile was also known for his humor, his affability, his kindness, … more
NORTH ADAMS — The slate of Democrats seeking to fill the seat of former state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi will be pared from four to one this week.The winner of Tuesday's primary will face Republican … more
NORTH ADAMS — Melanie Rancourt remembered the time when, as a high school student, Michael DeMarsico II had his caricature drawn. He asked that it be as a soldier. "I can still see that drawing … more
State officials vowed 18 months ago to be more creative in closing the digital divide in Western Massachusetts.One of the most unusual approaches yet is now on the table. To bring high-speed internet … more
NORTH ADAMS — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey pulled together a group of a dozen community stakeholders on Monday morning, for "a candid conversation" about the opioid epidemic and substance addiction in the region to learn about … more
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