Thursday, May 30, 2019
Good day, Berkshire County. Today, we can expect Snoop Dogg's favorite kind of weather: drizzle. Stay dry and thirsty, my friends.
In North County news, the city of North Adams soon could be reducing the speed limits on some roads in an effort to curb speeding; officials are planning a 5 mph reduction in some trouble spots, but the matter awaits a key City Council vote.
The name of a former Western Massachusetts priest still has not been added to a list of "credibly accused clergy," even though there is testimony to that effect in the possession of the regional diocese.
The treasurer in Peru didn't want to become mired in police pay for private road details, and town leaders agree.
A group residents expressed concern Wednesday night about Great Barrington's first proposed organic cannabis farm.
And a box fan appears to be to blame in a house fire that damaged a home in Monterey on Memorial Day.
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