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DALTON —"We can stitch together services for people, but there are so many gaps here."That's how Jennifer Tyne, a Berkshire County public defender with the Committee for Public Counsel Services, described the legal system and substance abuse … more
HANCOCK - After 48 years of shepherding millions of people to the tops of snow-covered mountains and back down again, and of coming up with new ways to promote and conduct the ski business, Brian Fairbank was awarded the 2017 Lifetime Achievement … more
"When people first hear about this, their gut instinct is to say, 'No way.' "Jennifer Michaels, medical director of the Brien Center for drug abuse said about a new possibility for Massachusetts' opioid epidemic: supervised drug injection … more
NORTH ADAMS — Perhaps the most melancholy statistic connected to the disease of cancer is that in the 21st century, virtually everyone has battled this illness, knows someone who has fought it or has lost someone to it. On Friday, several … more
LENOX — After several months of discussion at Town Hall and around the community, the Lenox Farmers Market has a new downtown home aimed at easing traffic and pedestrian congestion encountered last summer at its site adjoining the town … more
PITTSFIELD — Paul Saldana would have been a pilot if joining the Ecuadorian Air Force hadn’t been beyond his means. more
CLARKSBURG — There are two open Select Board seats in Clarkburg's annual town election Tuesday, but there is only one candidate.Selectman Carlyle Chesbro Jr., is running unopposed for another two-year term; the second seat is open to a … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — After a site visit earlier in the day, and more than an hour of testimony at a Thursday night public hearing, the Zoning Board of Appeals declined to approve four special permits to allow the construction of a hotel at 562 Main … more
ADAMS — The most dramatic view in Berkshire County is again just a car ride away.The shuttered gates of Mount Greylock summit's public auto roads swing open for the season Saturday, portending summer weather and a nearly complete renovation of … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Natural Resources Council has had only two presidents in its 50 year history. It soon will be looking for its third.Tad Ames, who has spent 27 years with the organization, including the last 16 as president, has … more
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