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GREAT BARRINGTON - A spokeswoman for a group of anti-pipeline activists arraigned Thursday in Southern Berkshire District Court said the group plans to file a formal complaint against state police for bringing charges against the protesters they … more
PITTSFIELD — Staff of the Berkshire Athenaeum will offer video coverage of Thursday's 7 p.m. forum, "The Next Big Internet Challenge for the Berkshires."To view, visit the library's Facebook page. Find it by searching Facebook for "Berkshire … more
SANDISFIELD — A coalition of environmental groups will hold a rally and flotilla Saturday at Lower Spectacle Pond to draw attention to Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.'s newly constructed natural gas line.The event's Great Barrington-based organizer … more
PITTSFIELD — Three people were injured in a two-car crash Thursday, but a backlog of emergency calls left them waiting as long as 15 minutes to be transported to the hospital.The collision happened shortly before noon at the corner of Linden … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Sunday morning motorists along the route of the Josh Billings RunAground triathlon are being urged to be on the lookout for bicyclists and runners during the 41st annual event this weekend.As usual, a section of Route 183 … more
NORTH ADAMS — Brandi Carlile and a full lineup of bluegrass and roots musicians are expected to draw thousands into downtown North Adams this weekend.The FreshGrass Festival will be held at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art from … more
After working for nearly three decades in public higher education, former MCLA President Mary K. Grant is hanging up her cap on this part of her career and taking on a new challenge.Grant, who has served as chancellor of University of North Carolina … more
PITTSFIELD — A man facing multiple criminal charges here is being held pending extradition to New York, where he is wanted in connection with the strangulation death of his 70-year-old mother.Jayvon Mulzac, 28, has been in custody since his … more
PITTSFIELD — Veronica Torres Martin had an accent in her own country before she had one in the United States. Torres Martin, now 44, is from Chile, but she was born in Germany and lived in Algeria before her parents felt safe enough to return to what was then Augusto Pinochet’s military dictatorship. She was 7 years old. “That’s when I got introduced to my own culture, and grandparents and cousins that I had never met,” she says in her office at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield. She runs Berkshire Health Systems’ Language Services Department, dealing with hundreds of translation issues in dozens of foreign tongues each month. more
SANDISFIELD — Another round of anti-pipeline protests and arrests here Wednesday stalled pipeline workers and pulled more than 20 Massachusetts State Police troopers into the area... more
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