|Hundreds Line Pittsfield Streets to Mourn Fallen Soldier|
UPDATED: May 23, 2013 at 4:15 p.m.
DALTON, Mass. — A procession transported the body of Army Spec. Mitchell Daehling to St. Agnes Church on Thursday.
Calling hours are from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday and the funeral will be held on Friday. The procession began at Dery Funeral Home in Pittsfield and proceeded up North Street to
|Ocean State Job Lot, Tractor Supply to Open in North Adams|
An Ocean State Job Lot is expected to move into the former Walmart store along with two other tenants.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Closeout retailer Ocean State Job Lot has signed a purchase and sales agreement for the old Walmart building on Curran Highway.
The chain expects to hire for 30 to 40 jobs and will
|Senate Hopeful Gomez Stresses Security at Lenco Armored|
Gomez addressing dozens of supporters at Lenco in Pittsfield.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — With a backdrop of Lenco-made armored vehicles, U.S. Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez make the case Tuesday that he is a stronger voice for homeland security than his opponent.
|Solar Array Going To Lanesborough Town Meeting Floor|
The Selectmen set the warrant on Monday for town meeting.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Voters are being asked to give the Board of Selectmen the authority to lease land for a solar project.
An energy committee previously identified land on Prospect Street as a viable location for a solar array.
|State Democratic Chairman Rallies Berkshire Voters|
State Democratic Committee Chairman John Walsh rallied Berkshire Democrats on Sunday.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — John Walsh delivered a dose of adrenaline to Berkshire Democrats on Sunday as the party ramps up campaigning for Edward Markey.
The chairman of the state Democratic Committee was the
|Taconic Graduate Wins Steel Rail Half Marathon|
Taconic graduate Mark Rabasco won the inaugural Steel Rail Half Marathon on Sunday morning. For more photos, see the slideshow.
ADAMS, Mass. — Taconic High School graduate Mark Rabasco crossed the finish line at at 1:14.21 to win the first Steel Rail Half Marathon on Sunday morning.
|Senate Candidate Gomez to Visit Pittsfield |
What are you doing next Tuesday? Do you have time to do something for your country? Gabriel Gomez, a former Navy SEAL, needs your support in his bid to become our next U.S. senator. Please join me in welcoming Gomez back to the Berkshires on Tuesday, May 21, from 2:30 to 3:45 p.m. at Lenco Armored Vehicles, 10 Betnr Industrial Drive in
|Pittsfield Cuts Ribbon On 'Learning Trail' To Promote Literacy|
Mayor Daniel Bianchi cut the ribbon on the new trail on Monday morning.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Springside Park is now a little more literary.
Mayor Daniel Bianchi cut the ribbon Monday on the new Born Learning Trail, which is a series of 10 signs around the playground outlining activities
|Memorial Day Events 2013|
Below is a list of this year's Memorial Day parades and ceremonies that will be updated as the information becomes available. All events are on Monday, May 27, unless otherwise noted. Holiday closings can be found here.
Army Lt. Col. Frederick Lora, an Adams native, will deliver the Memorial Address at the town's Memorial
|MCLA Graduates Handed Keys to Open Future Doors|
Senior Class President Elizabeth Mullen leads the graduates through the gates; MCLA trustees Chairman Tyler Fairbank honors Diane Patrick.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The graduates of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts were handed the keys to a multitude of doors on
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