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PITTSFIELD — When police responded to an assault report Aug. 3, they found a 76-year-old victim bruised, bloodied and unable to walk. more
PITTSFIELD — There was a significant percentage of people at Saturday morning's protest in front of the Berkshire Museum who admitted to being angry. Others said they were frustrated by the museum's plan to sell at total of 40 pieces of art to … more
PITTSFIELD — While a new law sets terms for recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts, local officials have a lot to learn.To jump-start their understanding, the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission will convene a free workshop Aug. 31 … more
LENOX — Blantyre, the boutique resort and a home away from home for celebrities, is under new management following its $4.6 million purchase by a California investment group.Blantyre Ventures LLC closed on the deal in June. Hay Creek Hotels, a … more
NORTH ADAMS — A city man with a past drug conviction was held on $25,000 bail after a raid on his Liberty Street home this week.Police raided Joseph Pini's home at 7:20 a.m. Wednesday and found 85 bags of heroin packaged for sale and $915 in … more
PITTSFIELD — Wilbert N. Stockton Sr. will be remembered on Sunday, not only as a patriarch for his extensive family, but as a pioneer for the city and patron saint for Pittsfield's West Side. He died on Tuesday, surrounded by family. Being … more
NORTH ADAMS — Peter Oleskiewicz has jumped into the race for mayor.With just days remaining before the deadline, Oleskiewicz was the final candidate to take out nomination papers to run for office, but returned them on time this week.Now, the … more
LENOX — Chabad of the Berkshires, the traditional Jewish movement based on South Street in Pittsfield since 2004, is poised for a $2 million investment for a new center in the heart of Lenox. A groundbreaking and dedication ceremony open to … more
NORTH ADAMS — A familiar name, but new face, is running for the City Council. Marie T. Harpin has joined 16 others vying for one of nine open, at-large seats on the council. more
DALTON — They remembered marriages, wars fought, countries traversed, battles won and lost.The Dalton Senior Center echoed this week with laughter at inside jokes and chuckles from friends accustomed to each others' quirks.A group of 30 local … more
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