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Sources in law enforcement and those familiar with the FBI's ongoing investigation say the agency was searching for the body of an out-of-state person in Sheffield last week, but did not find it.
The Sheffield-based Marketplace with restaurants in Sheffield, Great Barrington and Pittsfield has opened a retail store in Great Barrington on Stockbridge Road offering their specialty foods which includes prepared meals, baked goods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Marketplace Specialty Food Shop is open seven days a week.
The FBI is still keeping the nature of this ongoing investigation in Sheffield under wraps. Other sources familiar with the probe say it is not related to the disappearance of a New York state schoolteacher from the Berkshires in March.
A Sheffield arborist will be in the national spotlight in an upcoming episode of the CBS series "Mission Unstoppable."'
A federal investigation was underway Thursday near the banks of the Housatonic River in Sheffield as police work what appears to be an elaborate crime scene, but authorities are currently withholding the nature of the probe.
Capsule reports on what residents will be asked to decide in meetings from Monday, May 2, through Saturday, May 7, in Dalton, Egremont, Hancock, Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Sheffield, West Stockbridge, Windsor.
Bushnell Sage Library’s featured artist for the month of May is photographer Fred H. Kiser. Kiser’s hand colored-in-oil "artographs" date from the 1920s and are a part of the library’s private Eaton collection, a donation made in 1957.
If all the towns agree, the two districts could merge, and teens from all eight towns would attend Monument Mountain High in Great Barrington. Mount Everett would maintain its middle school. The middle and elementary schools would go unchanged.
Arbor Day and Earth Day will be celebrated with a tree and shrub giveaway, a mulching and tree-pruning demonstration, a seedling sale, and recycling event on Saturday, April 30, at the Bushnell-Sage Library.
A number of police departments in South Berkshire are participating in the National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30.