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NORTH ADAMS -- Gailanne M. Cariddi, the 1st Berkshire District state representative from North Adams, has died, Mayor Richard Alcombright confirmed on Saturday morning. Cariddi was 63.Cariddi was … more
NORTH ADAMS — "From the beginning, we suspected foul play," Berkshire District Attorney David F. Capeless said Friday, "and we have considered Joanne Ringer's husband, Chad Reidy, as the sole suspect."Capeless delivered that assessment Friday … more
Editor's note: This story contains graphic details that may be upsetting to some readers. When Caius Veiovis was given three consecutive life sentences in connection with the brutal murders of three Pittsfield men in August 2011, he vowed to bring his case back to court. more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A boy who got lost in Fountain Pond State Park was found safe Thursday evening after an intensive six-hour search of the area. more
SANDISFIELD — A demonstration at the entrance to Otis State Forest early Tuesday led to the arrest of 18 protesters who had blocked two access roads in opposition to a Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. project. more
NORTH ADAMS — Rep. John Lewis held forth on the future to a packed house of hopeful graduates."We came a distance," Lewis said. "We've made a lot of progress. There's still a distance to go."Lewis was in North Adams Saturday as the keynote … more
PITTSFIELD — Memorial Day, when Americans reckon with war's cost, came early that year. It was Dec. 11, 1921. Three thousand people crowded into the State Armory in Pittsfield to honor the late Lt. Col. Charles W. Whittlesey, famed leader of … more
LEE — State police, in coordination with Lenox and Pittsfield police, Berkshire Mountain Search and Rescue and other first responders, searched Tuesday in an area near Woods Pond for a missing Pittsfield resident. more
Originally expected to begin in late 2016, refugee resettlement in Pittsfield remains on hold until at least until October.But despite the uncertain political climate, organizers of the program say efforts continue to prepare for upcoming … more
PITTSFIELD — Things are about to get cushier at the Beacon Cinema. The downtown theater is the latest in the region to convert its existing seating to larger reclining seats. The $500,000 upgrade, set to begin in July, will be its first since opening in 2009. more
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