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PITTSFIELD — "I guess I just did not hear her telling me to stop."That's how a Pittsfield man accused of raping a woman last week explained his actions to police.Bryan M. Raney, 30, told police he had sex with the woman, and said she was … more
LENOX — Despite the sharp cutbacks in the Environmental Protection Agency's budget, staff and programs proposed by the White House last week, the EPA's Rest of River cleanup of the Housatonic by General Electric Co. remains on track for a … more
PITTSFIELD — You are not a target. That's the message municipal, public school and police department leaders want to send to the majority of the city's immigrant population — documented or not. more
CLARKSBURG — The Department of Environmental Protection has dismissed claims of contamination at the former North Adams Country Club. The 641 River Road site, on which a solar array has been constructed and a cell tower is planned, was visited by DEP officials on Thursday, according to DEP officials. more
PITTSFIELD — There are a lot of reasons why people pick up a guitar and start playing. But local jam guitarist Tor … more
WESTBOROUGH — By loosening its pursestrings, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute will provide enhanced choices to dozens of towns clamoring for broadband internet service.The change clears paths for both public and privately owned networks … more
PITTSFIELD — The following are among recent Berkshire County projects funded by federal Environmental Protection Agency brownfields grants.The program's future is uncertain amid changes at the EPA.ADAMS: A brownfields assessment is … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — It was another stormy night at town hall as the Select Board spent its third public hearing Monday trying to decide whether to give the Walter J. Koladza Airport zoning clearance so it can build new hangars on the property. more
Nearly a year after changing course, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute is pushing on multiple fronts to bring fast internet to unserved communities, its board chairman says. more
PITTSFIELD — For a developer, there was a lot not to like about buildings in North Adams. Take the floorboards. Years of industrial use at the Greylock Mill along Route 2 — a former 240,000-square-foot factory space — left wood contaminated with petroleum. more
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