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PITTSFIELD — Ahmed Ismail’s bride, Michela, had tears in her eyes, but not necessarily because of wedding emotions. Tear gas and worse filled the streets of Cairo when they got married. Ismail, from Giza, Egypt, and Michela Tagliapietra, from Lenox, met in 2010 when Michela and her mother toured Egypt’s archaeological treasures. Mom and daughter stayed at the hotel where Ismail worked. Ahmed and Michela fell in love and kept the relationship going between the city of the Great Pyramids and the Berkshires. more
NORTH ADAMS — An Adams man faces multiple charges in connection with a two-car crash on Friday that hospitalized five people, according to police.Robert Matte Jr., 43, of Adams, the driver of a white SUV, will face "numerous" charges that are … more
PERU — Adam Lee Hall moved quietly to Peru after paying $15,000 for property on a stretch of Route 143. But when Hall left, he made headlines. State police swarmed his property in September 2011, seeking clues in three gruesome killings. more
PITTSFIELD — A judge is weighing whether to grant bail to a city man charged with cocaine trafficking and weapons violations.Robert Jessamy, 36, is accused of running a drug distribution business at his home.Two different pictures of Jessamy … more
NORTH ADAMS -- Gailanne M. Cariddi, the 1st Berkshire District state representative from North Adams, has died, Mayor Richard Alcombright confirmed on Saturday morning. Cariddi was 63.Cariddi was … more
PITTSFIELD — "What does goodbye mean? It means, God be with you." That's how Monsignor Michael Shershanovich addressed students of St. Joseph Central High School on Friday at the school's final Mass. more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Rolfs family was hiking at Olivia's Overlook recently when something stopped them dead on the trail."My sister yelled out," said Eric Rolfs, 20. "She almost stepped on it. Then I heard the rattle and saw [the tail] … more
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass., came to Berkshire County with some federal grant money for three communities, and with some soothing words in a time of political turmoil.Neal stopped into … more
NORTH ADAMS — The City Council has a job opening.City Council President Benjamin Lamb announced this week the start of an application process to fill the seat vacated by departing Councilor Nancy Bullett.Bullett announced in May that she would … more
LANESBOROUGH — Charter Communications has pledged to wire the entire town with broadband by year's end. The country's second-largest cable provider told the Select Board this week it will meet an end-of-the-year deadline to hook up home and … more
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