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PITTSFIELD — Work has been done, and there is still much work to do. That's what the president of the local NAACP had to say about the city's minority hiring practices. more
PITTSFIELD — A city police officer was involved in a car accident Tuesday night with a vehicle driven by an intoxicated man.Pittsfield Police Detective Lieutenant Michael Maddalena was operating an unmarked car at the intersection of West … more
LANESBOROUGH — The Select Board is looking to Cheshire for more students to boost enrollment and revenue at Lanesborough Elementary School.With Cheshire Elementary set to close in June, board Chairman John Goerlach has suggested the local … more
GREAT BARRINGTON -- They're worried about their views being ruined, and about more low-flying air traffic destroying their peace.But now they're talking about what they say is a serious risk to town's drinking water source. more
LANESBOROUGH — Amid dire news from Sears and the loss of at least one other retail store, the owner of the struggling Berkshire Mall on Wednesday said he has a "substantial plan" to revive the county's largest retail shopping complex. more
PITTSFIELD — Wednesday marks nearly three weeks since 39-year-old Joanne Ringer was last seen or heard from.The search continues for the Clarksburg woman, whose 2001 green Volkswagen Jetta sedan was found in Easthampton on March 6.Ringer's … more
The company hired to operate the state's $90 million "middle mile" internet connection says it will halt operations within months unless it stops bleeding money. more
PITTSFIELD — Three members of Massachusetts' federal legislative contingent, including the state's two senators, have asked Charter Communications to keep Springfield's NBC affiliate on Berkshire County cable TV lineup. more
PITTSFIELD — A city woman who allegedly robbed a package store at knifepoint on Monday was found a short time later asleep in the hallway of a nearby building — with the knife and stolen bottles of vodka and Gatorade, police said. more
STOCKBRIDGE — A group of residents is seeking voter support to designate the town as a "trust community" in order to "formally and publicly affirms the value we place on being welcoming and inclusive.""We welcome all people," said advocate … more
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