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Book traces history of baseball in Massachusetts to 18th century
For years, a popular myth said that baseball was invented by Abner Doubleday in 1839.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Satanist with Horns Fears He Can't Get Fair Trial
A Massachusetts lawyer is concerned that it will be difficult to find impartial jurors for an upcoming murder trial given his client's implanted horns and satanic "666" tattoo.
Stockbridge: IS183 offers fall classes, workshops
IS183 Art School of the Berkshires is registering for fall classes, workshops and after-school programs.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Pittsfield bar at center of melee cleared to resume 2 a.m. closing
By a 3-1 vote, with Richard Stockwell absent, the Licensing Board on Monday afternoon allowed the Wahconah Street bar to remain open until 2 a.m., the latest allowed by state law.
Berkshire County: Area college students named to dean's list
Catie Carolan of Sheffield was placed on the dean's list at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts for the spring 2014 semester.
Defense Lawyer Worried Murder Suspect Caius Veiovis' Horns, 666 Tattoo, May Sway Jury
The defense lawyer for a Massachusetts man charged with a triple murder worries his client's "unique appearance" may bias jurors in their decision to convict or not.
Motorama Roars Into North Adams For Fourth...
Motorama roars back into the downtown this Sunday from 9 to 3. This is the fourth year of the car show and its expected to be bigger and better than ever.
Coakley Asks Support In Final Campaign...
Gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley asked for votes and urged financial support as she visited 3rd Thursday and met with a smattering of the local cultural crowd at the Whitney Center for the Arts last week.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Upgrading Berkshire Line a winning proposition for county businesses
The Berkshire Line used by the Housatonic Railroad Co. passes the Stockbridge station, now serving as the towns library.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Heroin dealing nets 2 years for North Adams man
Michael Richard, 32, of Union Street, was arrested July 1 after being tracked through the West End by state police as he allegedly dealt heroin, according to police.
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Fri Aug 22, 2014
Consultant's study of Northern Berkshire health care needs nears completion
The consultant hired to report on the health care needs of the Northern Berkshires in the wake of North Adams Regional Hospital's closing says its work is nearing completion.
Caius Veiovisa lawyer worried about clienta s a oeunique appearancea
The lawyer for a man charged with murder for his alleged role in the slayings of three Berkshire County men says he's concerned his client's "unique appearance" will prevent selection of impartial jurors.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Superior Court Briefs: Aug. 18 - Aug....
Timothy Domina, 29, of Pittsfield had a not guilty plea entered on his behalf on a single count of aggravated assault and battery.
Retired Episcopal Bishop Andrew Wissemann's death announced
The Rt. Rev Andrew Frederick Wissemann, the sixth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Inn at Laurel Lake on the auction block today
The Inn at Laurel Lake, the historic lakeside lodge at the center of a scandal that took down former Lee Police Chief Joseph Buffis, goes on the public auction block today.
Divers search for discarded handgun in Pittsfield's Onota Lake
Law enforcement divers scoured Onota Lake on Wednesday in search of a handgun discarded by a local veteran who pondered using it to take his own life.
Deep Berkshire roots
In the year 1909, William Howard Taft was America's 27th President, the American flag sported only 45 stars and sugar cost a mere four cents a pound.
County Fare: Adams school needs helpers for Mega Park
Thanks to community fundraising efforts, C.T. Plunkett Elementary School in Adams has purchased a "Mega Park" playground for the new school year.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Carl Rosenstein: Ecocide committed in Buckley Dunton
It's a good thing Claude Monet resided in Giv erny, and did not have to petition the philistines on the Becket Conservation Com mis sion and in the Depart ment of Conservation and Recreation's Lakes and Ponds division to create his water lily pond that was the inspiration for his 260 paintings that hang in the great museums and private collections ... (more)