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LENOX — The deal is done. The Lenox Club, the county's oldest nonprofit private social club and a 153-year-old survivor of the Gilded Age, is back on firm financial footing. A signed agreement by a group of members and neighbors has conveyed … more
PITTSFIELD — A city man suspected in a June 2 shooting was tackled and arrested at Taser-point on Wednesday following a foot chase on South John Street. more
ADAMS — Town meeting members supported public school budgets and an initiative to withdraw the town's police department from Civil Service Law requirements.The centerpiece of the annual town meeting held on Monday night was the proposed $15.9 … more
PITTSFIELD — A Berkshire jury has awarded $750,000 to a man who was injured on the job in February 2015 while working for a business without worker's compensation insurance.business, … more
PITTSFIELD — A third defendant connected to a large-scale drug buy last month has petitioned the Berkshire Superior Court to have bail and release conditions set. more
LANESBOROUGH — Voters backed all three ballot questions and elected a new Finance Committee member during Tuesday's annual town election. By a 121-91 count, the electorate agreed the Select Board should appoint members of the Cemetery Commission — typically elected positions — in part because finding candidates to run for the seven seats has been difficult. The change takes effect in 2018. more
BOSTON — "The point is to implement the will of the voters." That was state Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, talking about how legislation to work out Massachusetts' new marijuana law is proceeding through the Legislature. more
PITTSFIELD — Aug. 1, the start of a hot month, could deliver even more heat in Pittsfield, when a much-maligned electricity rate proposal comes back for more public comment. Civic and business leaders will be lining up to take another whack at … more
PITTSFIELD — Come for the music, organizers say. Or the speakers, information booths or food. Come out. As they launch what they hope will be a yearly celebration, organizers of the Berkshire Pride Festival want to build community support and acceptance for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and "questioning" people in the region. more
NORTH ADAMS — On the day state Rep. Gailanne Cariddi was scheduled for a hospital visit, she first met with House Speaker Robert DeLeo. "This is a day where this lady is going to the hospital for a checkup — has no idea what she's going … more
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