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LENOX — A request from the Finance Committee to hire a town-funded consultant to evaluate the future of nonresident enrollment in the school district is on the middle burner following a Select Board budget discussion. more
LEE — A Medford woman was killed early Monday when she crashed her car on the Massachusetts Turnpike, according to state police. more
CHESHIRE — After three unsuccessful attempts to pass a school budget last week, the Adams-Cheshire Regional School Committee is poised to take another stab at it on Monday night.But as uncertainty continues to swirl around district finances … more
As the three-judge independent Environmental Appeals Board panel continues its review of the EPA's Rest of River order to General Electric to remove PCBs from the Housatonic, the company has fired back with a hard-hitting response striking at the front lines of its legal confrontation with the federal government. more
PITTSFIELD — Authorities doubt a young city man was the victim of foul play after his body was found in a dumpster on Tyler Street over the weekend. more
DALTON — With spring here, construction is resuming on a major travel artery through Dalton, resulting in a detour. For up to six weeks, a section of Housatonic Street, from South Carson Avenue to Depot Street, will be closed to traffic. more
STOCKBRIDGE — They came together to talk about what can be done to help strengthen the Berkshires — right here and right now — in the face of what they said are proposed national policies and inflammatory political language that … more
PITTSFIELD — Community engagement. That's what Bill Wright says will anchor his City Council campaign. "If we want to grow as a community we need to work together to make a difference," he said. "I love to see everyone at the local rallies and … more
LANESBOROUGH — Several town officials want tuition to fully cover the per-pupil cost of educating out-of-town students at Lanesborough Elementary School. more
LENOX — The techs come and work, yet the intermittent service continues with no repair. That was the main complaint at the March 21 meeting of the Five Town Cable Committee with representatives from Charter Communications. more
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