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PITTSFIELD — From flesh-eating bacteria to strange injuries, caring for patients hit by Hurricane Harvey was unlike anything Geraldine McQuoid had seen in her 45 years of nursing. "It was heartbreaking," she said. more
LEE — Several neighbors aren't keen on a 100-room hotel fronting a rejuvenated Eagle Mill and that's fine with the principal developer of the overall $60 million to $70 million project.Jeffrey Cohen of Mill Renaissance LLC, wants to buy five … more
NORTH ADAMS — With the state in the grips of an ongoing opioid crisis, many children find themselves without parents able to care for them. And grandparents are often the ones stepping up."Grandparents raise grandchildren for a lot of … more
PITTSFIELD — Four labor organizations will sponsor a forum Tuesday about a union's staffing dispute with Berkshire Health Systems. The groups bill the forum as "an opportunity for all stakeholders ... to join the conversation." For a year, a … more
PITTSFIELD — A man accused of shooting a Windsor man last month in Pittsfield is being held without bail after being arrested on drug and ammunition possession charges.Tahj McCormick, 21, of Wilbraham, was arrested Thursday after police, … more
PITTSFIELD — City police are investigating a shooting incident early Saturday in which an Appleton Avenue home was struck by gunfire. Multiple shots were fired about 1:30 a.m., and one round pierced the home's exterior, traveled through an … more
NORTH ADAMS — "He better be back."As she tuned her tenor guitar in a backstage dressing area at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art's Hunter Center, Shona Carr was concerned. Her group, The Buck Stops Here, was less than 20 minutes … more
PITTSFIELD — A small, enthusiastic group of community leaders has kicked off the Berkshires effort to get a $15 minimum wage and paid family and medical leave in Massachusetts.Local/state politicos, labor leaders and civic groups got the … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Five Town Cable Advisory Committee wants more respect from and a better rapport with Charter Communications.The cable television overseers for Lee, Lenox, Stockbridge, Great Barrington and Sheffield taking Charter to task at … more
When Ray Garnett went to his first peer support group for people who are transgender, it was located in "a little anarchist bookstore" in his town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the Internationalist Books & Community Center to be exact.There … more
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