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GREAT BARRINGTON — The public will have more time to weigh in on the cleanup plan for 100 Bridge St. In response to the high level of interest in the community, the Community Development Corp. of the Southern Berkshires has decided to extend the comment periods on two separate portions of the plan. more
Tuesday, Jan. 24Henri E. Caudle, 21, of Holyoke, was arraigned before Judge John Agostini and entered not guilty pleas to charges of illegal possession of a large capacity weapon, illegal possession of a large capacity feeding device, possession of … more
PITTSFIELD — Local opposition to President Donald Trump's nominee for U.S. Attorney General will rally in Park Square on Monday.The Berkshire County Branch of the NAACP and the Women of Color Giving Circle of the Berkshires are joining … more
NORTH ADAMS — Inspired by President Donald Trump's divisive immigration policies, Curtis Asch was compelled to share that even an American straight, white male has a complex genealogy.The North Adams man cited Irish, Romanian, German, Dutch … more
Two might gobble the whole enchilada. Another just wants a nibble. Five private companies are making the case to win millions in state funding to build last-mile internet connections in Berkshire County. Six firms in all met the Massachusetts … more
PITTSFIELD — Tell anyone that you hear voices and the reaction is predictable."At the least, you may get some weird looks and at the most, you might find yourself committed to a hospital," said Caroline White, training coordinator for the Hearing Voices Research and Development Project and a trained support group facilitator. more
LENOX — "It is my favorite time of year," Town Manager Christopher Ketchen told the Select Board recently. Not because the days are getting longer or because Groundhog Day is approaching. more
LEE — A former fire chief, a current fire chief and a potential first-timer await to see which finalist become the town's first-ever fire chief/ambulance squad director.Kerry Flaherty, a retired chief from Connecticut, Dalton Fire Chief Gerald … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Now the Select Board has agreed to donate the former Photec Mill property to the Berkshire Housing Development Corp., company President Elton Ogden says his team is focusing on more detailed designs and securing affordable housing grant funding from the federal government and others. more
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