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The Attorney General’s office ruled this week that a bylaw change approved during Lee’s town meeting last June cannot go into effect because it conflicts with state law. The finding is a setback for opponents of a proposed PCB dump.
A family business that’s operated in Lee for half a century will drop use of one of its properties, after being cited by the state environmental officials. The Department of Environmental Protection says L.B. Corp. has been running a materials recycling plant without a required permit.
The chair of the Select Board and the president of the Stockbridge Bowl Association dispute an assertion that the association and the town are not cooperating on a chemical treatment to attack the lake’s weed infestation.
A tandem tractor-trailer dumped gallons of diesel fuel into a creek Wednesday after the truck careened off the Massachusetts Turnpike near Becket and plunged 30 feet into a ravine, state police said.
STOCKBRIDGE — The Stockbridge Bowl Association’s latest effort to set up a weed-control project for the lake is meeting new resistance from sk…
After a three-year wait, a key element of a lakeside Pittsfield business plan falls into place.
GREAT BARRINGTON — A new report commissioned by the town to address ongoing water system problems in Housatonic recommends a slew of upgrades,…
WILLIAMSTOWN — Really old trash still is trash, especially when it’s in the river.
PITTSFIELD — A grassroots fight to curb a Pittsfield power plant’s environmental damage just won a new public ally.
PITTSFIELD — With the air-quality permit for a Merrill Road power plant set to expire in October, several local groups want the plant’s owner …