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WASHINGTON — Leaders of the Senate investigation into President Donald Trump's possible ties to Russia on Wednesday sought to distance themselves from the flagging House inquiry, eager to establish their work as credible in the face of growing … more
BOSTON — Since being tapped to serve on a White House panel aimed at tackling the opioid crisis last month, Gov. Charlie Baker has been in touch with more than 10 states to pull together strategies for battling drug addiction, he said … more
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
The Claire Teague Senior Center is looking for vendors for its Spring Craft Show to be held Saturday, June 17. Vendors can pick up an application at the center or call Jen at 413-528-1881 for more information. more
PITTSFIELD — Amy Gelinas, principal of St. Joseph Central High School, has announced the 2016-2017 third quarter honor roll.Students are required to achieve a grade point average of 90 to 100 with no mark less than a B to qualify for high … more
PITTSFIELD — Unemployment dropped dramatically in the Berkshires last year, while average weekly wages rose. Sounds good, right? more
WASHINGTON — A federal contractor has been arrested following the leak of a classified intelligence report that suggests Russian hackers attacked at least one U.S. voting software supplier days before last year's presidential election.Shortly … more
CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley Middle and High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2016-17 school year.High honors is awarded to those students who achieve a 90 to 100 average for the quarter, and honors is awarded to … more
Geoff Edgers(c) 2017, The Washington Post ANDREWS, Ind. — Viki Graber's sneakers slosh in the wet grass as she twists two willow branches to form an arch. This 30-foot-long tunnel, an installation and playful passageway being built in … 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
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