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NORTH ADAMS — The computer system that operates the North Adams water treatment facility is so old that the city struggles to find replacement parts for it.A Highway Department street sweeper has been out of service more than it's been … more
Once again, there will be a quorum. The Federal Energy Regulation Commission, known as FERC, has filled two of its four open seats. The commission's current lone member and Acting Chairwoman Cheryl A. LaFleur said in a statement that she was excited … more
PITTSFIELD — Leaking swim diapers. Runoff from cow pastures. Foul fowl. Dogs. All contribute to potential — and invisible — health threats lurking in Berkshire County's lakes and ponds. more
PITTSFIELD — Whether fired city police Officer Dale Eason is reinstated to the force or if his termination stands may come down to three words: "for her safety." more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A Housatonic man was sentenced to a year in the Berkshire County Jail and House of Correction in connection with a number of drug-related charges. According to court records, Jeremy Babcock, 29, of Housatonic, was sentenced … more
Sales tax holiday weekends represent a state-sanctioned way of sticking it to the state, say Berkshire County business owners.But this year, customers will have no such opportunity, as the state Legislature failed to authorize a tax-free weekend … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Mission possible? That's the verdict from two Planning Board members as they launch a subcommittee for a wide-ranging, challenging review and potential reboot for some of the town's zoning bylaws. more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Though it bears the college's name, The Williams Bookstore is intended to feel like a community bookstore.The first floor of the store, which opened last week, is filled not with textbooks, but general fiction and nonfiction … more
The Bard got the best of Mother Nature as Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park staged all 12 scheduled shows this summer — a first in the outdoor theater's four-year history.Fittingly, the troupe's founder/director Enrico Spada … more
PITTSFIELD — Speed limits and and recreational marijuana will be discussed at tonight's City Council meeting.The council will consider a number of requests from councilors across Pittsfield for lower speed limits on some city roads. The … more
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