Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019
Good morning, Berkshires. We're chugging along into August, typically the time of year when the air begins its shift from humid to dry, warm to cool, and thousands of our noses twitch, itch and sneeze as all the pollen in the Northeast seems to settle in our fair county.
In between fistfuls of Kleenex, we have the news ...
Local law enforcement and the citizenry joined together for fun, while taking a stand against crime.
A Berkshire jury has decided that a man didn't assault Pittsfield Police officers in a case from 2017.
There's more Pittsfield parking action, as well; a panel of city councilors is going to recommend some easing of parking rules at the Columbus Avenue municipal lot.
A Southfield man has pleaded not guilty to striking a motorcyclist with his vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
An upcoming ruling from the Federal Communications Commission could affect local cable access channels, our Clarence Fanto reports.
And we might be looking at some lightning today, so take care out there.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor