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In Berkshire Superior Court on June 7:John A. Dyer, Sr., 41, of Springfield was arraigned before Judge Maureen Hogan and entered a not guilty plea to a second offense of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. He was released on $1,000 … more
PITTSFIELD — The state senate's Clean Energy Future Tour made a stop at Berkshire Community College Monday to receive testimony from local residents about climate change and renewable energy. But the first 70 minutes of the two-hour hearing was dominated by local neighbors of wind turbines and other anti-wind activists. more
PITTSFIELD — The city's vehicle fleet has not been well-maintained, which has meant costly repairs and vehicles sent to the scrap heap sooner than necessary. more
NORTH ADAMS — According to a spokesman for Robert A. DeLeo, speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, arrangements are pending for a special election to elect a successor to serve the remainder of the late state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi's term in the 1st Berkshire District House seat. more
PITTSFIELD — Five years ago, Blue Q owners Seth and Mitchell Nash constructed a 340,000-kilowatt solar array in a vacant field adjacent to the 150,000-square-foot building that they own at 703 West Housatonic St. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Downtown glassware aficionados have a new shop nearby. Shire Glass and Fine Tobacco has moved into the old Music Store space at 87 Railroad St. more
BECKET — In an interview with The Berkshire Eagle last June, Jacob's Pillow Dance's new director, Pamela Tatge, talked about the importance of the Pillow reaching out to the broader Berkshires community. "It's important for the Pillow to go off-site," Tatge said in that interview. "There are possibilities in this county. We have to go to other people." more
PITTSFIELD — A man with no apparent fixed address and two open arrest warrants was ordered held without bail Monday after being arrested on charges of violating a restraining order, drug possession and domestic assault and battery. more
PITTSFIELD — A car salesman has been charged with groping a city woman during a test drive in May. Kaleb E. Lamos, 25, of Great Barrington, allegedly inappropriately touched the woman and made suggestive remarks. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Monument Mountain Regional High School has found its next principal.Amy Rex was offered the job on Monday morning after a final round of meetings on Friday with students, faculty and members of the school community. more
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