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Dick Lindsay

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Richard Lindsay is a general assignment reporter for The Berkshire Eagle.

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Dozens of volunteers packed boxes with frozen turkeys and all the trimmings for hundreds of less-fortunate households so they could cook their own Thanksgiving dinner. The Thanksgiving Angels' annual distribution on the Monday before the Thursday holiday is a collaboration of 19 faith-based groups that help collect the groceries and accept donations to pay for the largest one-day food distribution in Berkshire County.

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Dozens of homes and businesses lost water service Sunday morning so Pittsfield city crews could repair a water main break on Benedict Road.

The break occurred Saturday evening, but it took water department employees 12 hours to shut off the necessary valves to bring it under control and lay a 5-foot section of new pipe. Water service was restored late Sunday morning.

Canna Provisions in Lee has worked with town officials to develop a list of public safety measures Canna's impact fee will help pay for during…

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