Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez opened fire during a fight at a party at the Ashley Reservoir in August 2018 after Nick Carnevale started swinging a knife, striking two other men later charged in the shooting, Delvalle-Rodriguez's lawyer said during opening statements Monday.
The arrests follow in an uptick in violent crime since the beginning of the year. Over a three-month period — from Feb. 1 to April 30, there were 11 confirmed shootings in Pittsfield. Two people were killed, while four were injured.
A former selectman is back on the Lee Select Board after winning a three-way race Monday. All three ballot questions passed, including a non-binding referendum call for the board to rescind acceptance of a PCB disposal site in town.
Late last month, Louison House received $500,000 in funding to renovate a property on Bracewell Ave. to house homeless youth.
With COVID cases again surging across the Berkshires, a resident is taking legal action to try to prevent the town from convening the scheduled annual town meeting on Tuesday night at Williamstown Elementary School.
The $9.75 billion infrastructure bond bill that cleared the Transportation Committee does not include any language creating a new rail authority to oversee a passenger train extension to Western Massachusetts, bucking a prediction U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, made last month when h…
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- The man who shot Nick Carnevale did so only after Carnevale slashed others, defense attorney tells jurors
- A resident is suing to force Williamstown to move its annual town meeting to a larger venue because of COVID concerns
- Spongy Moths have hatched in the Berkshires. Here's how to get rid of them and treat yourself if you get a rash from them
- Lee voters return former Selectman Gordon Bailey to the board and back a nonbinding measure to oppose a PCB dump
- DA confirms no foul play suspected in death of Lenox woman whose body was found in Lee
- Update: Through traffic on Hubbard Avenue in Pittsfield to remain closed for several days as crews repair a damaged bridge
- Sand Springs Pool in Williamstown is expected to reopen in June after being closed for two years
- Need compost? Here are 3 ways to make it without spending money on elaborate tumblers or bins
- Louison House planning to open housing in North Adams for homeless youth
- 'I can't keep rebuilding.' Residents displaced by Lincoln Street fire in Pittsfield struggle to get back on their feet
- Photos: Drury High School's senior prom 2022
- Days Gone By: Images of North Street, 1900 to 1950, from The Eagle's Archives
- Photos: McCann Technical School's Junior and Senior prom 2022
- Photos: Today in History for May 17
- Photos: Girls Track and Field stars shine at Berkshire County Individuals
- Photos: Boys Track and Field stars shine at Berkshire County Individuals meet
- Photos: Mount Greylock softball hosts Taconic
- Photos: Wahconah softball hosts Pittsfield in Dalton on Friday night
- PHOTOS: A glimpse of 'Hunt Country' at the Berkshire Botanical Garden
- Photos: Today in History for May 15
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