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GREAT BARRINGTON — Police Sgt. Adam J. Carlotto was suspicious when he saw the spare tire in the back seat.It was about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, and the blizzard was still raging, when Carlotto spotted the 2004 Audi that belonged to Francis S. Taikowski, a suspect in last week's robbery of the Mobil Xtra Mart. more
GREAT BARRINGTON -- Standing inside the gutted brick shell of what was once Martin's Restaurant and a series of other watering holes here at the top of Railroad Street, it's hard not to feel wistful for all those coffee dates, eggs Benedict and wine-fueled gatherings of yore. more
PITTSFIELD — State foresters can't stop the emerald ash borer, they can only hope to contain the killer insect rapidly ravishing white ash in Western Massachusetts. more
ADAMS — A lifetime resident is ready to bring bold, progressive ideas to town as the community's newest selectwoman. more
PITTSFIELD — Officers responding to shots fired in a city neighborhood narrowed down the likely location to 11 Reynolds Ave. more
GREAT BARRINGTON -- They came through town under a bright sun with their drums, chants, and the sowing of a peaceful spirit, just before spring. Great Barrington was just one stop on a 56-day trek through Massachusetts, and on to Washington, D.C., to spread the idea of "sanctuary." more
LENOX — The Conservation Commission has ordered the city of Pittsfield to restore forest land owned by Mass Audubon at Yokun Seat atop the Lenox Mountain ridge line disrupted in 2015 by work to replace a failed Pittsfield Airport warning beacon for pilots required by the Federal Aviation Administration. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The police department has standing orders not to detain, or question, anyone solely on questions about immigration status, as per a general order issued by Police Chief Kyle Johnson. more
"Productive." "Optimistic." After a year in the deep freeze, relations between state officials and broadband activists in Western Massachusetts appear to be thawing. more
DALTON — There are probably a few people in Berkshire County who know as much about maple sugaring as Dicken Crane. There can't be anyone who knows more. more
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