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A judge has ruled that the testimonies of two jailhouse informants can be heard at David Chalue's triple murder trial.
State geologists evaluated the embankment on Wednesday. DPW Director Paul Markland said they had offered suggestions, but in the meantime the roadway will remain closed.
Which is why spring is also the perfect time for a fundraiser for Louison House, the only homeless shelter in Northern Berkshire County.
Dr. Charles O'Neill had taken this route countless times during his 27 years at North Adams Regional Hospital - through the lobby and down the halls to the maternity ward where he delivered thousands of babies.
The Public Library will be the permanent home for the "Mill Girl." William Oberst's 40-by-50 inch oil painting depicts a young girl working in a cotton mill, and inspired by the photographs of working children Lewis W. Hine took in 1911 at the Eclipse Mill.
Nicholas Moulton has returned to Mezze Bistro + Bar as head chef, charged with leading the kitchen and designing and executing the seasonal menu.
Candidates attending Sunday's forum were, from left, Edward Driscoll, Melissa McGovern-Wandrei, George Haddad, Michael Ouellette, Barbara Ziemba, Kelley Rice and Jeffrey Snoonian; not pictured, Edmund St. John IV.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. - The stopgap measures are in place. Local banks are working with those who lost their jobs to smooth out finances.
Five generations: Lambert with daughter Clarise Vanderburgh, left, granddaughter Kelley Courtney, great-granddaughter Kimberly Smith and great-great-granddaughter Savannah Smith.
The defense lawyer for Berkshire triple murder defendant David Chalue told a judge Monday he is concerned mention of his client's Aryan Brotherhood affiliation could taint a jury towards conviction even though that gang has nothing to do with the three murders of which he stands accused.
The state has approved Berkshire Medical Center's plan to open a satellite emergency room at North Adams Regional Hospital but federal approvals are still in the works.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts students volunteered with members of the community to clean up and groom 17 different areas in the city on Saturday.
But there's a first time for everything. At Saturday's 22nd Annual Community Day of Service, Marini and a dozen of the college's womens soccer and lacrosse players pitched in to make the Appalachian Trail footbridge in the city's west end a little nicer.