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NORTH ADAMS — The first men's lacrosse coach in MCLA history will have plenty of time to build his program's foundation.Kevin Pezanowski was named Tuesday to coach the nascent men's team, that … more
NORTH ADAMS — When Al Nelson saw a problem in the Northern Berkshire Community, he worked to fix it. Nelson, the longtime former leader of the Northern Berkshire United Way and co-founder of the Northern Berkshire Interfaith Action Initiative, died Sunday following a brief illness. He was 83. more
SAVOY — Two of the state's most respected environmental and land-use lawyers will face off once again Wednesday in an unlikely place: the Savoy firehouse. Ruth H. Silman of the Boston firm … more
EGREMONT — Ari Zorn is accustomed to taking daily, largely uneventful walks around Smiley Pond, but during one walk in early June, Zorn saw something horrifying. more
PITTSFIELD — "Can you hear that hum?" Joe Torra asked a visitor. "That's the air conditioning trying to work."Torra is the co-owner of Deidre's Special Day, one of 20 tenants in the Berkshire … more
PITTSFIELD — Statements Laura Reilly gave to police investigating the disappearance of Joanne "Jo" Ringer did not divert their investigation and therefore the case against her should be … more
When August Colonna was growing up in Williamstown, he picked up the sport of lacrosse as it began to grow there and throughout Berkshire County. Now, he gets to be a part of that growth … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Armed with a local general contractor, architect and a one-year special permit extension from the Select Board, the long-delayed $50 million resort project on the historic Elm … more
To the editor:The families being separated at the Mexican border have NOT broken any U.S. or Mexican laws. It is completely legal to present oneself at the border and ask for asylum.No sympathy for … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren will hold a town hall meeting at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center here on Sunday.The event will be from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the theater at 14 … more
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