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Letter: Eleanor Sonsini Shelter Left Out
To the Editor: So I see the story about the ground breaking for a new building for the [Berkshire] Humane Society and I can't help but wonder, 'Why are funds and news articles always going to/about the Humane Society?' Why isn't the Sonsini Shelter given the same funds and publicity? Am I missing something? Sonsini
Skyline Eyed for Permanent Lanesborough Police Station Site
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The town's temporary police station at 545 South Main St. should be operational in early August and the Police Station Building Committee is looking into the former Skyline Country Club as a potential site for the future headquarters. In June, the Selectmen approved the use of $65,000 in American Rescue Plan
Pittsfield Nationals Win Jimmy Fund Classic
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – Danny Hoffman went 2-for-5 with a triple and three RBIs Wednesday to lead the Pittsfield Nationals to a 16-3 win over Dalton-Hinsdale in the championship game of the 31t John Codey Jimmy Fund Classic.   It was a big night all around for the Nationals, who also claimed the tournament’s prize for the
Letter: Abortion Is Health Care
To the Editor: Seventy percent of Americans support safe and legal abortions. Abortion is health care, and is a basic human right that has been protected by Roe for the past 50 years. Yet this right has been rescinded by six radical, ultraconservative Supreme Court judges, three of whom were appointed by a president who failed to win the
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Harrington Looks to Continue Progressive Work in DA Re-Election Bid
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Andrea Harrington wants to continue the work she began during her first term as district attorney.    "I am running again because there is more work than I want to do in order to modernize the criminal justice system here in Berkshire County," she said. "I feel that we've been
College Notes: Summer 2022
Aimee Dowling of Stamford, Vt., was awarded the Biomedical Engineering Department Award for Outstanding Senior at the 2022 College of Engineering Senior Awards Ceremony held on May 21 at Western New England University. This award, presented by Robert Gettens, department chair and professor of biomedical engineering, is presented to a senior
Voting Groups Sponsoring District Attorney Forum
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The NAACP, Berkshire County Branch, the League of Women Voters of Central Berkshire County, League of Women Voters of Williamstown, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts  will host the forum "What a Difference A DA Makes" at their next general meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 6 p.m. via
Longmeadow 11-Year-Olds Top Pittsfield American in Sectional Title Game
LONGMEADOW, Mass. – The Longmeadow Little League 11-year-old All-Stars Tuesday pounded out 12 hits in three innings to earn a 17-3 win over the Pittsfield Americans in the Section 1 Championship Game at Strople Field.   The host and designated home team did most of its damage in the second inning, when it sent 15 hitters to
First-Responders Search for Missing Person at Silver Lake
Mayor Linda Tyer is updated on the search Tuesday afternoon.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Police and multiple other first-responder units have been searching Silver Lake for a missing person for the majority of the day. The police got a report around noon on Tuesday that there may be a person in the lake and set up a command
Juvenile Injured in Pittsfield Shooting
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A boy was shot early Tuesday morning and taken to Berkshire Medical Center with wounds that were no considered life-threatening, according to police.    Police report that officers responded to a ShotSpotter activation about 12:25 a.m. on Tuesday in the area of Pleasant Street. The activation
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