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Harrington Launches 'Ambitious' Juvenile Justice Initiative
Dalton Police Chief Jeffrey Coe says the policies of intervention will keep communities safer.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The district attorney's office is partnering with communities and local organizations to create a juvenile justice system focused on the roots of delinquency.    "As
Biz Briefs: Shakespeare & Company Seeks Property Proposals for Lenox Campus
S&Co. Property Collaboration Shakespeare & Company is inviting qualified entities, including real estate or other business and property development firms and nonprofits, to propose ideas to further develop the company's campus 33-acre property in Lenox. For more than four decades, Shakespeare & Company has been one of the
Berkshire Force 12U Squad Wins Pair
The Berkshire Force 12-and-under travel softball team opened the fall ball season on Sunday by beating the Saratoga Thunder, 10-7, and Guilderland, 20-1.   Against Saratoga, Mia DeJesus threw four solid innings in the circle, and Cheyann Goddard turned a double play at short with the bases loaded to end the fourth
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Hinds Sets Community Outreach Events for September
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The staff of state Sen. Adam G. Hinds, D-Pittsfield, will host two community outreach events during September.   The senator's staff will be available to meet with constituents in the communities of Chester and Lanesborough for this month's staff office hours on Wednesday, Sept. 18,
Habitat for Humanity Close to Finish Line For Decadelong Project
Joe Simon of Allegrone holds daughter Julianne at the Habitat worksite. Volunteers from the community and local construction and service companies are lending a hand during the 'blitz.' PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On a weather perfect Saturday, Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity along with an army of local volunteers
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Pittsfield Sees Low Incidence of Mosquito Virus, Rise in E-Cigarettes
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Board of Health reported that mosquito-borne viruses were held at bay this season.    Director of Health Gina Armstrong presented some numbers to the board last week and said there was only one positive finding of West Nile virus in Berkshire County this year.   "That is
Bilingual Veterans Outreach Center Opens in Pittsfield
Gumersindo Gomez, left, executive director of the nonprofit, says he's wanted to open a center in Pittsfield.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A small veterans outreach center took barely five months to outgrow its space — a strong indication that there's an unmet need in the county.   A grand opening
Former Williams Student Convicted of Rape
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Former Williams College student Yoonsang Bae has been found guilty of raping a classmate five years ago.   He was convicted on Friday in Berkshire Superior Court by Judge Michael Callan of a single count of rape relating to an on-campus incident in 2014.   The 27-year-old Bae will be sentenced
Baker Proposes Tax Relief Measures, Major Rainy-Day Fund Deposit
BOSTON — The governor is asking the Legislature to approve tax relief to residents based on the state's surplus revenues.    The legislation filed Friday by the Baker-Polito administration will also make a deposit to the so-called "Rainy Day" fund to bring the fund balance to $3 billion, the highest balance
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@theMarket: Markets Break Out of 3-Month Trading Range
Investors received a bucketful of good news this week. Brexit got a reprieve, Hong Kong authorities caved in to protestors demands, and another round of trade talks is set for October between the U.S. and China. Welcome to September.   As of Friday, the S&P 500 Index was less than 2 percent from all-time highs. The other
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