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BECKET — Michael Lavery will be the town's new selectman.By a vote of 152 to 90, Lavery defeated Frank W. Avalle Jr. in Saturday's town election to fill the seat vacated by Jeanne Pryor.Turnout was low, with only 244 of the town's 1,391 … more
Not sure what to do this summer? New England Newspapers Inc. has you covered! Join Berkshire Eagle Features Editor Lindsey Hollenbaugh and Arts Editor Jeffrey Borak as they chat with host Carrie Saldo about the upcoming release of "Summer Previews," our go-to reference guide for culture and more in the Berkshires, Southern Vermont and nearby Connecticut and New York. more
HINSDALE — Richard Kardesan has formally been elected to the Select Board.Kardesan, who succeeds longtime board member Bruce Marshall, won 104 votes in Saturday's uncontested election.Turnout was low for the election, which featured … more
SANDISFIELD — Two U.S. lawmakers representing Massachusetts have once again slammed the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for not listening to citizens and groups who have challenged various aspects of Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.'s project, … more
PITTSFIELD — Three defendants, all facing charges in connection with raids last week, which recovered weapons and tens of thousands worth of cash and drugs were all ordered held without bail following separate dangerousness hearings … more
CHESHIRE — The Adams-Cheshire Regional School District is hoping an amendment to the proposed state budget will provide additional, and desperately needed, transportation funding.The budget from the Senate's Ways and Means Committee would cut … more
PITTSFIELD — "The next two to four years are critical for the city of Pittsfield."That's what at large City Council candidate Bob Heck believes. more
A U.S. District Court judge has ordered stepped-up protection for the state's 1,200-mile internet backbone, preventing a feared service "blackout" for institutions in hundreds of cities and towns. After furious legal filings by attorneys, Judge … more
PITTSFIELD — Faced with a series of daunting fiscal realities, a City Council subcommittee has begun reviewing the mayor's proposed fiscal 2018 budget. Mayor Linda M. Tyer said her $163.9 million proposal was carefully designed to both cut … more
PITTSFIELD — An East Otis man who already is facing trial for allegedly raping a 5-year-old girl has been accused of assaulting another child.Stephen L. Hyland, 33, entered a not guilty plea on Monday to his new charge. Details of the new … more
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