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NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A housekeeper and mother of four who has secured sanctuary inside a church says she's comfortable being a symbol in the push to change immigration laws.Nury Chavarria says she's unsure how long she'll stay at Iglesia De Dios … more
"Senate Republicans have just voted to open debate on destroying our health care system," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Warren's remarks came in a statement responding to the close vote Tuesday in the Senate to proceed with debate over the … more
LANESBOROUGH — The New York-based owner of the Berkshire Mall has retained legal control of the county's largest retail complex by squaring his debt with the Baker Hill Road District, which has jurisdiction over the property. more
WASHINGTON — Republican Sen. Susan Collins got caught Tuesday at the end of a hearing with a microphone that was still hot — and captured her ripping President Donald Trump and making fun of a fellow lawmaker who had been critical of her … more
PITTSFIELD — The artwork being sent to the auction block by the Berkshire Museum represents the "cream of the crop" of its collection. So says Richard Rand, a former top curator at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in … more
LEE — Lots of orange. Blue and green. And a sprinkling of red.The Massachusetts Broadband Institute is slowly coloring in its map of Western Massachusetts towns, indicating how unserved communities will obtain broadband internet service. But … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum's decision to sell 40 works of art to bolster its endowment and fund a renovation could have negative implications for museums across the country, two national museum membership organizations said on Tuesday. … more
PITTSFIELD — Two women and a toddler are recovering from injuries they suffered in a high-speed crash Monday afternoon on Holmes Road.Karen Campagna, of Lenox, was driving a 2015 Nissan Rogue near Arrowhead, the historic home of Herman … more
PITTSFIELD — Although autopsies have yet to be conducted, there's nothing to suggest a third party was involved in the deaths of Pittsfield residents John Kordana and Celeste Kordana, according to a news release from the Berkshire District Attorney's Office. more
PITTSFIELD — Tools, copper piping and irreplaceable heavy equipment parts are among the items stolen from a pair of Washington properties in spring and summer of 2015. But it wasn't merely property: The owner had been banking on those items to help him retire. more
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