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SANDISFIELD — A group of activists are planning a peaceful demonstration in Otis State Forest on Friday to protest pipeline construction that will require clearing roughly 29 acres of state-owned forest to expand an existing pipeline … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — "We have to stand with anybody standing on the side of justice — that's the legacy of Du Bois." That was the message from NAACP President Cornell William Brooks on Wednesday evening. more
LENOX — Medical marijuana purveyors and growers would be barred from the downtown and Lenox Dale commercial districts under a revised zoning proposal adopted unanimously by the Planning Board for a decision by voters at the annual town … more
LEE — The annual spring flushing of the water mains in town likely contributed to a burst pipe leaving hundreds of homeowners high and dry for several hours Tuesday night.Lee Department of Public Works Superintendent Christopher Pompi said the … more
LANESBOROUGH — First proposed four years ago, the question of expanding the Mount Greylock Regional School District to all grades could go before Lanesborough and Williamstown voters this fall.The Mount Greylock School Committee may ask both … more
PITTSFIELD — City and school leaders are calling on the state to start paying its "fair share" to educate public school students. With the city's tight financial situation poised to only get tighter in the coming years, some leaders here want community members to advocate for a change to the state's education funding formula, which has seen little change since it was created in 1993. more
PITTSFIELD — A local company's bid flew in low for runway repairs at the Pittsfield Municipal Airport. But the firm still must land the deal. more
PITTSFIELD — The Crowne Plaza has another prospective owner, but the winning $1.1 million bid at the second foreclosure auction on Wednesday is almost $3 million less than the bid placed on the 14-floor hotel in February. more
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire investors, don't get ahead of ourselves. Tax reform is far from a sure thing. "It's going to be tough to get the plan through Congress," said Matthew Chester, associate vice president and branch director for The Sherman Group, based in Pittsfield. more
Berkshire Eagle reporter Carrie Saldo is joined by Robert Rizzuto of the Republican and MassLive, Henry Epp from New England Public Radio (NEPR), and George Forcier from the Greenfield Recorder to … more
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