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PITTSFIELD — Members of the Cannabis Control Commission heard appeals Friday to protect two interests: farming and children.In the last of seven hearings around the state, two members of the … more
PITTSFIELD — When Judge John Agostini asked Roberto V. Mazzeo if the accusations to which he was pleading guilty were true, he said, "Unfortunately, yes."Mazzeo, 39, admitted to having "dozens" … more
NORTH ADAMS — A city man is being held without bail after police allegedly found him in possession of illegal firearms and 600 bags of heroin. Matthew Rodriguez, 23, was arrested by the … more
LENOX — A new, casual restaurant is coming to the high-profile location at the entrance to Lenox Commons along the heavily traveled Routes 7 & 20 (Pittsfield Road).It will be the fifth … more
PITTSFIELD — City police are seeking two suspects in an armed robbery of a Wahconah Street package store Monday night.About 9:45 p.m., two masked men entered the Nichols Package Store, one of … more
NORTH ADAMS — Had Paul de Jong’s Holocaust-surviving father decided to accept the job offer in New York, this immigrant’s tale would not have been told. Vrin de Jong, a schoolmate of Anne Frank in Amsterdam, survived the murderous Nazi occupation of The Netherlands, where most Dutch Jews did not. On his first trip to the United States, by boat, in 1951, “He traveled to the promised land,” tells his son in the large North Adams house he and his wife, Carin, are renovating. more
NORTH ADAMS — The City Council has signed off on plan to sell its former Department of Public Works facility for $575,000, but that price could shrink by as much as half depending on any … more
ADAMS — Organizers of two events taking place this weekend want to show the public that there are hopeful alternatives to life's struggles other than death by suicide. The Berkshire Coalition … more
The President wants to shut down a TV network for making him look like a moron. Don Morrison explains why that's just one more step in a chilling campaign. more
BOSTON — Payments the federal government makes to states to keep health care costs down for certain low-income residents will cease, the White House announced late Thursday night, blasting a … more
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