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CHESHIRE — Nate Plaza just sold one of his home lots on 170 acres of long-owned family land in Lanesborough, where one high-voltage transmission line already cuts through some of this property. But Plaza fears a proposed, second 23-mile … more
PITTSFIELD — A mystery is unfolding on Tyler Street. A local developer has stepped away from plans to transform a church property into housing because a new buyer has emerged. "About a month ago the diocese received a better offer and a faster … more
POWNAL, Vt. — A North Adams man was arrested on Friday night for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and other charges in connection with an accident at the Green Mountain Trailer Park. According to state police, … more
PITTSFIELD — In a reversal of an initial decision, Berkshire Museum next week will release the complete list of artwork it intends to sell at auction. The move comes amid criticism that the museum decided to keep private the majority of the 40 … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Town officials were jubilant on Wednesday as word spread that the Massachusetts Land Court had dismissed a lawsuit challenging a development at the Elm Court property off Old Stockbridge Road."We're very happy with the outcome," … more
LENOX — For one day only, the Tanglewood grounds became a place where playing with food, pulling strings and blowing around a lot of hot air was completely acceptable.As of 4 p.m. Friday, more than 1,500 children and adults had streamed … more
PITTSFIELD — It was clear to both sides that Devin Estes' head hit the metal picnic table with enough force to break one of his teeth almost to the gum line.But they couldn't agree on who caused the injury. Former Eagleton School employee Jose … more
PITTSFIELD — A mystery is unfolding on Tyler Street. A local developer has stepped away from plans to transform a church property into housing because a new buyer has emerged. "About a month ago the diocese received a better offer and a faster … more
Jason Villalon tries not to check his company’s stock price too often.  In over-the-counter trading Friday afternoon, GrowGeneration Corp. was off a few cents. But since the start of … more
PITTSFIELD — On July 13, 1892, officials at the Zion Lutheran Church laid the cornerstone for their new home at 74 First St. It was a big deal. And within that cornerstone, they placed a time capsule, to be opened 125 years later. more
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