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Gary Kring has simple advice for a guy from Massachusetts. “If I had the money myself, I would open a retail store there. Because you’re going to get the whole Eastern Seaboard … more
DALTON — Harvest green beans or clean goat stalls. That was the work a dozen teenagers were tasked with Tuesday afternoon, in near 90-degree heat.Not one of them complained. more
BOSTON — Caius Veiovis will not be getting a new murder trial.In a narrowly split decision, the state's highest court has ruled it will not grant a new trial to Veiovis, one of three men convicted of first-degree murder in the brutal slaying … more
CLARKSBURG — When police entered Charles "Chad" Reidy's home about 1:45 p.m. April 7, they found him dead behind the wheel of his car, which had been left running in the garage.… more
LANESBOROUGH — The Baker Hill Road District has taken legal action to retrieve back tax revenue from the owner of the Berkshire Mall, and could legally take control of the county's largest retail complex if the funds aren't paid by Thursday.A … more
The Massachusetts Legislature voted Wednesday in favor of compromise legislation that will restructure last year's Ballot Question 4 and set the new recreational marijuana industry on a path to becoming operational in July 2018.The bill passed 136 … more
The 2018 budget has been signed by Gov. Charlie Baker — and Berkshire legislators have concerns about the final result and the governor's priorities in the state."The governor doesn't really know what's going on in the Berkshires," said state … more
NORTH ADAMS — The driver of garbage truck escaped injury Wednesday morning after his vehicle struck a a railroad trestle on Ashland Street and flipped onto its side. The TAM Waste Management truck had just made a stop at the adjacent … more
PITTSFIELD — Police are investigating the apparent shooting of a man who was found on Worthington Place late Tuesday.The man, whom police declined to identify, suffered a single gunshot wound that did not appear to be life-threatening, … more
Not all aspects of the Housatonic River PCB cleanup are mired in court proceedings. While General Electric Co. is fighting the Environmental Protection Agency on major elements of that effort, the company is detailing how it will monitor the success … more
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