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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
PITTSFIELD — As the Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court concluded on Wednesday, four local law professionals gave their thoughts about the judge's legal background, performance in the hearings, … more
PITTSFIELD — A shooting in a Second Street residence early Wednesday left one man wounded, according to Pittsfield police.The victim's injuries do not appear to be life threatening, police said. more
NORTH ADAMS — Often, what has come before defines the present. And in that spirit, the creators of a resort operation in the city have found their identity in a relic of the Mohawk Trail. more
PITTSFIELD — The Radio Shack stores in Lenox, North Adams and Pittsfield are among the 552 outlets that the chain is closing nationwide after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in two years. more
We may not have a horse in the NCAA March Madness race, but Berkshire Community College and its Green Team are proving to be quite the contenders in the national RecycleMania tournament to reduce, reuse, recycle and compost the most on campus.The … more
DALTON — Environmental activists from three separate organizations gathered at Holiday Brook Farm on Tuesday to express their opposition to Gov. Charlie Baker's support of new gas infrastructure. more
PITTSFIELD — The city has taken another step toward eliminating single-use plastic bags. The Green Commission on Monday unanimously approved a draft ordinance banning the bags. more
PITTSFIELD — Many communities across the country have used murals as a step in the process of economic revitalization. Now, Tyler Street is being targeted by the city as a place where an artist's' eye could make a difference.The city's Office … more
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