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Harry Sano Jr., 86, pleaded guilty Thursday in Berkshire Superior Court to setting ablaze the building at 232 Stockbridge Road, the site of his former “Wonderful Things" yarn store and apartment units. The units had been vacated at the time of the fire.
Who knows what will be built on this corner of busy Stockbridge Road in Great Barrington.
PITTSFIELD — The arson case of a Great Barrington property owner accused of setting on fire his building that formerly housed apartments and t…
It was the silver Prius caught on surveillance cameras that quickly closed the case for police. Now Harry Sano, of Great Barrington, is facing trial for arson and insurance fraud.
The Great Barrington building was nothing but trouble. Then earlier this month, it caught fire. Police Wednesday arrested one of its owners for alleged arson and insurance fraud.
GREAT BARRINGTON — Health officials Thursday condemned a Stockbridge Road building with a history of unsafe living conditions that were worsen…