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A city man was handed two years in jail Tuesday for a July break-in and assault on a homeowner.
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North Adams lit up Main Street on Wednesday to kick off the holiday season. The event included music, carols, hot chocolate and an appearance by Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus with bags of goodies.
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Connecticut police say they have arrested a Massachusetts couple who authorities believed might harm themselves and their special needs son.
The two Cumberland Farms will undergo sign changes to reflect its program that reduces gas prices 10 cents per gallon.
The North Adams Museum of History and Science has opened a new exhibit, "Postcard Picture History," in the temporary gallery on the first floor.
A Rhode Island man charged with being under the influence of drugs and alcohol and causing a fatal crash in western Massachusetts has been held without bail.
North Adams Ambulance Service is reaching out to the area's youngest and not-so-young residents to help keep them safe.
Lee High School juniors and seniors takes notes during an introduction to Nathaniel Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter in Jane McEvoys Advance Placement Language and Composition class Monday.
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A 23-year-old Massachusetts woman pleaded guilty to unlawful furnishing of scheduled drugs Dec. 1 after authorities discovered she snuck heroin into the Maine State Prison in July.
Dick Blake, of Williamstown, looks at the many toys at Persnickety Toys in North Adams on Saturday.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts President Mary K. Grant, along with the college's faculty and staff, will honor Berkshire County recipients of the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship at a reception to celebrate their achievement at 6 tonight, Dec. 2, in the Feigenbaum Center for Science and Innovation atrium.
The next time you purchase a six-pack of beer or wine coolers, look for a round sticker on the side.
Agriculture, open space and urban planning will be on the agenda when environmental planning students from Williams College present the results of their research at various sites around North County in early December.