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NORTHAMPTON — U.S. Sen. Edward Markey wasted little time Thursday evening before taking President Trump to task on his perceived lack of constitutional acumen. "We are going to have to put Donald Trump into a remedial constitutional law course," Markey said. "He is going to have to understand that there was a very careful separation of powers that was built into that document. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Efforts to find a new executive director of the town's Housing Authority have taken a step forward. Board members Josh Risen and Veronica Cunningham have volunteered to begin initial interviews for a successor to Barbara Heaphy, who left to take a position in Lenox. more
SPRINGFIELD — By the time Alexander Ciccolo goes to trial on terrorism charges, if he goes to trial at all, at least two years will have passed since his arrest. Ciccolo, an Adams resident suspected of plotting a terrorist attack, has pleaded … more
PITTSFIELD — Is the downtown better off smoke-free? "We wouldn't do something that puts the downtown at a competitive disadvantage with other areas of Pittsfield, other towns in Berkshire County or anywhere else," said Jesse Cook-Dubin, president of Downtown Pittsfield Inc. more
Pittsfield will be the site of one of many planned nationwide rallies to support health care access this Saturday, Feb. 25. The rally and standout at Park Square from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. was organized in response to threats to American healthcare from President Donald Trump's administration and a Republican-dominated Congress. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A man wanted on criminal charges was arrested by immigration enforcement officers on Wednesday, local and federal authorities have confirmed.Great Barrington Police did not participate in the arrest and were not aware that … more
LENOX — While GE's government-ordered cleanup of the Housatonic River remains entangled in a legal quagmire, the company has agreed to take preliminary steps in case its appeal fails. more
BECKET — After nearly 40 years of a holistic approach to good health, the Kushi Institute has apparently closed for good.The wellness facility's Facebook page posting of Feb. 3 states "the board of directors and the Kushi family have made the … more
CHESHIRE — There will be no easy fixes for the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District. Facing the possibility of closing one of its two elementary schools, officials held a presentation at Hoosac Valley Middle and High School on Wednesday to explore the logistics of an alternative — splitting the two-town district at the elementary level. more
BOSTON — An Adams attorney whose passion for sports morphed into an interest in law and his rural community received a favorable reception from the eight-member panel that vets Gov. Charlie Baker's judicial nominees on Wednesday. more
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