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PITTSFIELD — The city no longer will honor requests from residents to spray for mosquitoes, after a City Council vote Tuesday. The Berkshire Mosquito Control Project still will make use of the … more
PITTSFIELD — Same problem. Same disputing parties. Same mediator. It begs the question: Is a breakthrough possible on the region's costliest environmental disaster? The last time attorney John … more
LONDONDERRY — A South Londonderry man died Monday in what Vermont State Police say appears to have been a logging accident.According to state police, a neighbor arrived at 3432 Winhall Hollow … more
LENOX — New owners plan to invest $2.2 million to renovate the historic Seven Hills Inn on Plunkett Street, calling it a "textbook" example of their interest in improving under-valued properties. more
PITTSFIELD — The attorney for a New York man accused of trafficking women for sex may have a new means to impeach a victim's credibility at trial. Raymond Jacoub, representing Charles Robinson, … more
LANESBOROUGH — A medical marijuana grower in Maine wants to begin recreational cannabis sales in Berkshire County.Ken Crowley and his partners have taken the first step to establish a retail … more
BOSTON — The U.S. Attorney's office is reviewing allegations that Gov. Charlie Baker's son A.J. groped a woman on a plane last week, and state authorities are not involved, the governor said … more
BOSTON — With six days remaining for him to act on a bill calling for a $15 minimum wage and a major new paid family and medical leave program, Gov. Charlie Baker said Monday he only has … more
BOSTON — Marijuana advocates claim a Mansfield bylaw ruling by Attorney General Maura Healey delivers a "devastating setback" to efforts to set up legal recreational pot shops, but a municipal … more
Fermata Arts Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting peace through arts and culture, is bringing the Ukraine Children's Art Show, a traveling exhibit, to the Bushnell-Sage Library, 48 Main St., for the months of July and August. more
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