Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Good day, dear Berkshires! Saturday felt like 95, but today feels like 59. Welcome to New England.
In the news, we bring word that the Springfield Diocese has hired an independent investigator — a retired judge — to look into abuse allegations against a former area bishop.
There's no place like home for an Egremont couple, whose house is no longer in jeopardy because of a paperwork error.
A tractor-trailer flipped onto its side in Williamstown on Monday, which affected the flow of traffic near the junction of routes 7 and 2.
Pittsfield Police are probing shooting and arson incidents in two separate cases.
And Lenox is once again taking up the issue of short-term rentals, such as those offered through online intermediary Airbnb.
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