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According to municipal leaders from around the Berkshires and the state, it seems the supply of trained, experienced town professionals is running mighty low. When Clarksburg lost three town employees, it took more than a year to rebuild the ranks, and they’re still lacking one position. Williamstown needed to find a town manager. It took 14 months and two searches to hire another.
A Clarksburg man who police say ran into the woods after crashing his pickup truck on Friday was rescued by Massachusetts State Police troopers, who used a helicopter and K-9 dog to locate him.
Over 50 volunteer firefighters and first responders from 10 area departments recently participated in a practice drill shuttling water from Maynard’s Pond — the only year round accessible source of water for the town of Savoy — to a staging area seven miles away on Chapel Road.
The Northern Berkshire Solid Waste Management District's annual residential household hazardous waste collection will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at the DPW Garage, 92 North Summer St., Adams.
The North Berkshire School Union announces kindergarten and prekindergarten registration for children in the towns of Clarksburg, Florida, Monroe, Rowe, and Savoy.
Before a full courtroom, a Clarksburg man was arraigned on murder and kidnapping charges Wednesday, for allegedly killing a local contractor who had given him a job and a home.
A new administrative assistant is on the job at Town Hall — a much needed shot in the arm for town staff, which has been running on a skeleton crew since last year.
Authorities were extraditing a 36-year-old man to face charges for allegedly killing a Clarksburg resident.