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Four times a year, Catherine Foster has been getting a bill she didn’t think she should be paying. A Berkshire Superior Court judge says she’s right.
Berkshire Superior Court Judge Michael Callan set an Oct. 14 date to schedule a bench trial on the suit by four Richmond Shores residents against the town and the Route 41 winery owners to stop the music that they find disturbing to their peace and quiet.
The bench trial of John U. Adams Sr., who has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a court officer in Pittsfield, is scheduled to start in Berkshire Superior Court on Monday.
In the coming months, several high-profile defendants are scheduled to go to jury trial in Superior Court. Here is a snapshot of some of the cases.
Officials at Berkshire Superior Court are facing a “significant” criminal case backlog. The court has begun scheduling for trial several high-profile cases, and those trials, as well as lower-level jury matters, will happen in county courthouses, not the temporary hotel space the state Trial Court leased for jury business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid an ongoing lawsuit by neighbors, the Balderdash Cellars farm and winery in Richmond hires a noted restoration firm to renovate its 18th century barn to host indoor weddings, concerts, wine tastings and food offerings.
PITTSFIELD — A hearing on a potential class action lawsuit against the Adams Fire District alleging illegal collection of fees ended without a…
PITTSFIELD — A Berkshire County grand jury has indicted Edward Jennings, 34, on a charge of murder, moving his case to Superior Court, accordi…
PITTSFIELD — A city man will spend up to three and a half years in state prison after pleading guilty in Superior Court to illegally possessin…
SAVOY — It was a year ago this coming week that utility workers happened upon odd doings in a house up a long driveway in Savoy.