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20 hrs ago | via Berkshire Eagle
The North Adams Public Schools will be destroying Special Education records of students who left or graduated from the North Adams Public Schools system during the 2007 school year on Jan. 31, 2015. Anyone wishing to have his or her records should call the Office of Pupil Services at 413-776-1670, ext. Comment?
Saturday Dec 13 | via MassLive.com
PITTSFIELD - Two people arrested with a man police say moved large quantities of heroin into Berkshire County, were released on probation after they entered guilty pleas to drug charges in Berkshire Superior Court Thursday. The Berkshire Eagle reported that Kassidy Moon, 20, and Jordon Moon, 27, were arrested on February 27 along with Kamil Kujawa, 24, after police followed Kujawa's car from an alleged drug purchase in Springfield back to North Adams. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD >> Two North Adams residents who were ensnared in a 'major' drug bust in February have pleaded guilty to drug charges and sentenced to probation. Kassidy Lemire, 20, and Jordan Moon, 27, were arrested on Route 2 in North Adams on Feb. 27 after police discovered more than 150 bags of heroin and a small amount of cocaine in the car they were riding in. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via Berkshire Eagle
PITTSFIELD >> An Adams man was given a suspended jail sentence after admitting his role in the theft of rare coins - some of which were exchanged for their face value at a coin machine. Matthew Main, 25, and Alyssa Wylde, 23, also of Adams, broke into a safe at an Adams residence between Sept. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 25 | via Berkshire Eagle
NORTH ADAMS >> A Clarksburg man with four warrants for his arrest was being held on $50,000 bail after leading state police on a foot chase through the woods of Savoy on Friday following a routine traffic stop. Aaron Rowett, 30, was driving in a red Ford Explorer near Route 116 on Friday when he was pulled over by Trooper Michael O'Brien for having a revoked registration, according to the officer's probable cause report. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 18 | via The Bennington Banner
PITTSFIELD, MASS. >> A Stamford, Vt., woman has been sentenced to up to four years in prison after a Massachusetts jury found her guilty of faking an armed robbery in order to hide her own theft. 2 comments
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