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WILLIAMSTOWN — Sometimes, history has a way of coming back.That's why Sarah Currie spends so much time chasing local history and all its artifacts and records.Now, as executive director of the Williamstown Historical Museum, she has actually … more
BOSTON — A Western Massachusetts resident is a candidate to sit on the state's highest court, but whether they will get the job won't be known for weeks.Governor's Councilor Mary E. Hurley, representing the 8th District, said she will do … more
PITTSFIELD — Judah Filson was face-painted in chocolate ice cream after his very first spin on the Berkshire Carousel.The 4-year-old Williamstown boy enjoyed the midday dairy treat under the adjoining tent after mounting "Charlie," one of the … more
PITTSFIELD — The story of Arcade is one of leverage. "A grant for the arts was really the foundation for our business," co-owner Chris Parkinson said of his architecture firm. "We just hired two new employees." Parkinson, and his partner, … more
SANDISFIELD — A Native American tribe says the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission broke federal law by giving Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. permission to build a natural gas storage loop here before fully studying Native American sites in Otis … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - Somebody wrote a letter to the Planning Board, wanting to know if there was a way to cut down on the number of banks and real estate offices allowed in the downtown."It's a tough call to limit businesses," said board member Pedro … more
PITTSFIELD — In over 10 years on the bench, Judge Maureen Hogan said, she has never continued a defendant's case without a finding.That all changed Thursday, when she ruled in the case of Heidi Bliss.Bliss, 37, of Pittsfield, was charged with … more
PITTSFIELD — "I was called 'it.'"That's how Caz Polidoro, a transgender man, described the discrimination he experienced in school as an LGBTQ young person in Berkshire County.He spoke Thursday as part of a nine-person panel discussion at the … more
LENOX — The deal is done. The Lenox Club, the county's oldest nonprofit private social club and a 153-year-old survivor of the Gilded Age, is back on firm financial footing. A signed agreement by a group of members and neighbors has conveyed … more
PITTSFIELD — A city man suspected in a June 2 shooting was tackled and arrested at Taser-point on Wednesday following a foot chase on South John Street. more
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