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PITTSFIELD — Each of the 40 artworks set to be auctioned by Berkshire Museum will be exhibited to the public, for free. But not in the Berkshires. The sale of the artwork, which includes two Norman Rockwells, as well as other pieces by … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The 10 protesters arrested on Wednesday morning have all been charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace in the wake of their attempt to block two of the access roads to the Otis State Forest in Sandisfield. … more
SHEFFIELD — The "March for Jobs and Freedom" on Washington, D.C. 54 years ago — best know for Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech — thrust the U.S. civil rights movement into the global spotlight. Following the … more
PITTSFIELD — The Giants are our team now. Patriots fans in the Berkshires who use the cable provider Charter Spectrum — that includes customers of the merging Time Warner company — will go without preseason New England games. "If … more
PITTSFIELD — Jurors received more information than they should have when deliberating the rape trial of Christopher Root last week, leading to the declaration of a mistrial.Root, 42, of Pittsfield had pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape … more
Leaders of the former North Adams Regional Hospital will not face penalties for failing to provide adequate public notice of their plan to close in 2014, the state Attorney General's office revealed Wednesday.The decision was detailed in letters … more
SANDISFIELD — Two groups of anti-pipeline protesters staged an early-morning shutdown of two access roads to the portion of the Tennessee Gas Co. pipeline that passes through the Otis State Forest. The protesters were eventually removed by … more
PITTSFIELD — Homebuyers on a tight budget are getting a break this summer on closing costs courtesy of MassHousing.Through Sept. 29, the quasi-public agency is offering a $1,500 credit to low- and moderate-income families and individuals when … more
PITTSFIELD — They're official. Now the work begins.A local group is working to get as many city voters registered for municipal elections on Nov. 7."In November of 2013, only 24 percent of eligible voters voted," said Kathie Penna. "There's a … more
PITTSFIELD — Local businessman Patrick Muraca, currently facing a federal charge of wire fraud, allegedly spent investor money at a tattoo parlor and on concert tickets and car insurance, among other items, according to newly available court … more
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