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With the Park Street reconstruction project about to begin, town officials are working to ensure businesses that the process goes as smoothly as possible.
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A city man police say drunkenly attacked his family and threatened them with a knife had his charges continued without a finding of guilt.
Lynn Ann Burdick was 18 years old when she disappeared while closing shop at the former Barefoot Country Peddlar General Store in Florida on the evening of April 17, 1982, less than an hour after a man attempted to abduct a girl from the Williams College campus.
Under a $700,000 agreement announced on Tuesday between the Berkshire Natural Resources Council and the Sprague family, owners of Undermountain Farm and Stables since 1973, 83 acres of pristine farmland and the 63-acre northern end of Parson's Marsh will be protected for all time as agricultural and open space.
Twenty Berkshire artists, all who have Alzheimer's disease or some form of dementia, will present their work at the First Fridays Artswalk in downtown Pittsfield.
When Iraq or Afghanistan war veterans drive over one of the Berkshires' most scenic roads, they will know their service was appreciated.
Michael Cahalan, 44, was arrested in February 2013 after members of the state police executed a search warrant at his home of and found videos involving preteen boys and girls in sexual conduct, according to Second Assistant Berkshire District Attorney Robert W. Kinzer III.
State environmental officials are expanding their arsenal to combat the spread of an invasive insect that is threatening the region's population of ash trees.
Arrowhead, Herman Melville's home in Pittsfield, is hosting Country Fairs on the third Saturdays of June, July, August and September.
Typically in May, the city's Police force sees an average of 15 aggravated assault cases.
Mass. Department of Transportation advises motorists of lane restrictions along Route 8 and Route 9 from Pittsfield to Dalton as well as along Dalton Avenue in Pittsfield.
A public testimony hearing is being held today regarding the nomination of William A. Rota to the position of Associate Justice of the Southern Berkshire District Court by Governor Deval Patrick.
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Adams is in line for $5 million for the construction of a long-planned educational center at the Greylock Glen.
By John Townes There's going to be a rodeo in downtown Pittsfield on Sunday, but rather than bucking broncos and daredevil cowboys, it will be featuring tasty meals and local brews.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 09:27 am
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