Local news
902 results total, viewing 21 - 30
EASTHAMPTON — Nearing four months after a Clarksburg woman went missing, dozens of family members, friends and supporters from the community gathered at Millside Park for a candlelight vigil … more
SANDISFIELD — Environmentalists are claiming a bait and switch after Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to allow "heavy-duty" vehicle use on two access roads that were given environmental approvals based on "light-duty" use. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Terrie Gardino was walking the outdoor track at Monument Mountain Regional High School last June when she struck up a conversation with another woman who was battling thyroid cancer. more
PITTSFIELD — "Personally, I've lost six people in the past two years. And it's not getting better." That's how Jill Shanahan, assistant director of prevention services for Florence-based nonprofit Tapestry, described the state of the opioid epidemic at a Central County RX/Heroin Workgroup meeting on Wednesday. more
LENOX — Church on the Hill will host an event on June 24 for brainstorming additional uses for its two buildings. Consultants from Partners for Sacred Spaces, a Philadelphia firm, have guided the church through its first stages of the process … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - Asa Hardcastle sits in his new office above Tom's Toys on Main Street, talking about the challenge of being a software engineer in a town without a fiber-optic network. more
PITTSFIELD — Lawyers representing the city's police union have pushed back against a Pittsfield lawsuit which seeks to throw out an arbitrator's decision to reinstate a former officer who was fired last year over his handling of a February shoplifting arrest. more
LEE — Christopher Ketchen looked comfortable sitting in Robert Nason's chair, a seat he will occupy for the next three years.Nason by his side, Ketchen sat in on Tuesday's Lee Select Board meeting, getting a feel for when he succeeds Nason as … more
GREAT BARRINGTON - The Brown Bridge is one of the most heavily used spans in South County, according to the state Department of Transportation. But this 108-foot gateway into town is not at its best, MassDOT says, having declared it structurally deficient after a 2015 inspection. more
NORTH ADAMS — Members of the Public Arts Commission have expressed a desire to hold a public forum with Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art officials to address lingering concerns over the museum's decision to paint over public art on Marshall Street. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 91 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions