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PITTSFIELD — Police fatally shot a 36-year-old city man Friday afternoon after he allegedly charged at them with a knife following a brief standoff.Officers gave Daniel Gillis CPR at the Taylor Street scene before he was transported to … more
This story has been updated to include information about the Friday night order from Justice Joseph A. Trainor.By Larry ParnassThe Berkshire EaglePITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum cannot sell … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Country Curtains, the Berkshire-based home furnishings company founded by the late John and Jane Fitzpatrick over 60 years ago, is on the verge of shutting down. Unable to find a strategic buyer or turn around the firm's … more
Behind two swinging wooden doors adorned with an ironic "beware of attack cow" sign, Bill Galusha performs his life's work. Three days a week, the 60-year-old paces in the sunken corridor between his milking parlor's two platforms, where, at 3 a.m. and 3 p.m. each day, cows are ushered in 22 at a time. Galusha's job is to hook up milking machines to teats, hose off hooves and check each of his 230 beloved dairy cows for disease. more
PITTSFIELD — Police are investigating the shooting death of a city woman Monday night on Dewey Avenue.Asiyanna Jones, 22, was found in a car suffering from a gunshot wound shortly after a … more
PITTSFIELD — When Timothy Gill ended his wife's life in December 2015, he believed demons and spirits were ordering him to silence her because she was killing the souls of babies.Gill, 40, … more
PITTSFIELD — According to recently released FBI statistics, two Berkshire County cities have the dubious distinction of having some of the highest per capita rates of … more
PITTSFIELD — Weeks before it voted on a plan to sell 40 works of art, Berkshire Museum leadership signaled its intention to deaccession the works.A letter from museum attorney Mark Gold, sent on behalf of the trustees and dated June 22, … more
LANESBOROUGH — At high noon, Antonio J. Marcella opened the legs of a red "AUCTION TODAY" sign. He set it at the edge of a lawn as a line of men stood across Westview Road.An arrow on the sign … more
ADAMS — The five candidates for state representative laid out their platforms and offered a glimpse into their priorities on Monday during a public forum in Adams. Though often echoing each other's goals — like adjusting the state funding mechanism for local schools — the candidates diverged in the nuance of how to achieve them. Eschewing a typical debate format, event host ProAdams instead allotted each of the five 1st Berkshire District candidates 10 minutes to illustrate his or her platform. more
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