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The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday accused Fiat Chrysler of installing secret software that allowed more than 100,000 of its diesel vehicles to emit pollutants above legal levels.The case has echoes of one against Volkswagen, which on … more
WASHINGTON D.C. — Democracy took to the streets Saturday wearing fuzzy pink pussyhats and bearing boldly worded signs.Packed shoulder to shoulder in a crowd that exceeded all predictions, Berkshire County residents at the Women's March on … more
I'm here. I made it. I'm alive, even though my nerves are at an all-time high. I'm ready to conqueror. After all I have to remain fearless for women who haven't found their strength to break free. I have to keep my Nana's dream alive and not let … more
The Associated PressLANGLEY, Va. — President Donald Trump moved to repair his tumultuous relationship with America's spy agencies on his first full day in office, but his bridge-building visit to CIA headquarters Saturday quickly morphed into … more
PITTSFIELD — About 40 to 50 would-be, or perhaps soon-to-be, music lovers spent a harmonious Saturday morning at the Berkshire Music School's annual open house at the school's studios on 30 Wendell Ave. The open house, according to executive … more
DAVOS, Switzerland — When the chief executive of Saudi Arabia's national oil and gas company mapped out a glowing future for fossil fuels at a discussion in Davos this past week, dissent came from an unexpected corner of the room."We have to … more
NORTH ADAMS — Firefighters quickly snuffed out a small fire at a Goodrich Street home on Saturday. All three people — and several pets — inside the two-apartment house when the fire began made it out safely, according to North … more
NORTH ADAMS — Thanks to a state grant, the developers of the Greylock Mill have $2.18 million to improve parking and landscaping, but the City Council must take action for the work to begin. The mill's owner, Greylock Works LLC, must grant the … more
PITTSFIELD — At 2 a.m. Wednesday, Phillip Davis showed up at Edward Cunagin's home and told him he needed help doing a job. About 10 hours later, both men were in police custody, accused of stealing over $13,000 worth of copper wire.The men … more
PITTSFIELD — A pair of city brothers accused of storing a small arsenal of weapons and approximately $10,000 worth of drugs in their Students Lane home have been ordered held without bail for the next four months.Derrick V. King, 39, and … more
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