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The families of those killed in impaired driving crashes gathered at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church to remember the loved ones that they lost. A total of 55 names were read, with candles lit for each of them.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: At some point, everyone stopped paying to maintain "Stonegate Mansion." The trustees resigned. No one was left holding the bag – except the town of Great Barrington. And no one is sure what really happened with this timeshare. Not yet, anyway.
The March for Miguel in downtown Pittsfield saw supporters gather to remember Miguel Estrella and call for change in his name on the six-month anniversary of his death.
A march on the six-month anniversary of Miguel Estrella’s death will press for reforms in his name, including a wholesale change in how Pittsfield responds to people in mental health crisis.
New sketches are circulating of a suspect in a Berkshire woman’s unsolved 1982 disappearance – not as the man looked then, when Lynn Burdick went missing from her family’s store on the Mohawk Trail, but as he might appear today.
A man jailed since 1987 for three deaths in North Adams could learn as soon as Wednesday if he will be freed as he seeks a new trial. That rel…
Convicted arsonist William P. Cascone will remain in state custody as he waits to learn whether he’ll get a new trial, nearly 35 years after a jury found him guilty based on evidence prosecutors now agree was flawed.
"I currently live with a fear I've never had in my life," Jillian Rosado wrote in an affidavit in March. "This marriage has been very dangerous for me." The man she said had abused her now faces arrest on a murder charge.
Berkshire District Attorney Andrea Harrington said Tuesday she has asked that the ongoing investigation into the fatal use of force by Pittsfield police be made a priority by the people conducting it, many of whom are overseen by her office.
Elina Estrella and her mother, Marisol Estrella, joined a march past Pittsfield’s centers of power with a message: No one else suffering a mental crisis should die at the hands of the police.