|NARH Medical Staff Elects New President|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Dr. Jeffrey Doshier, medical director of psychiatric services at North Adams Regional Hospital, recently began a two-year term as president of the NARH Medical Staff.
As president, Doshier ischief administrative officer of the medical staff, chairs its Executive Committee and calls and presides at all
|Recording of Sen. Downing's Online Town Hall Forum|
State Sen. Benjamin B. Downing held an online town hall forum on March 27, 2012. The forum was hosted live on Pittsfield Community Television and lives-streamed on iBerkshires.com through the senator's Ustream account.
The entire hour, during which the senator took a number of wide-ranging questions, is available in full below.
|The Independent Investor: Hire a Veteran|
Over 2.2 million of our men and women have served in Afghanistan and Iraq. Today 7.6 percent of them are looking for jobs. Hiring them should be a no-brainer for this country's employers.
Don't get me wrong, things have improved for returning Gulf War era veterans over the last two years. In 2010, their unemployment rate was 11.6 percent and
|Cemetery Dog Walkers Spark Complaints|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city has received multiple complaints that dogs are pooping on graves.
The city sent out a reminder Friday afternoon that dogs are not allowed in city cemeteries — specifically Southview Cemetery where people have reported off-leash dogs with owners who do not pick up after them.
The city's reminder also
|Slocum Sentenced To 101 Years For Murder, Arson|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The New York man found guilty of kidnapping a woman with local ties after killing his mother, her husband and her husband's son was sentenced to 101 years in prison.
According to the Albany Times Union, Washington County, N.Y. Judge Kelly McKeighan sentenced on Friday Matthew Slocum to 101 years for murder, arson and
|Superior Court Briefs: March 26 - March 27|
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Monday, March 26.
John Gardner, 48, of Bennington, Vt. pleaded guilty to single counts of possession of methadone with intent to distribute, drug violation in a school zone and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
He was ordered to serve concurrent one day sentences at the Berkshire County
|$200K in State Grants Earmarked For Berkshires|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The county is earmarked to received about $200,000 in state Community Innovation Grants.
The state grant program is intended to promote regionalization. In the Berkshires, the towns of Becket, Dalton, Lee, Monterey, Lenox, Richmond and Sheffield received $110,835 to implement online municipal building permits. Cheshire
|North Adams School Project Costs Drop After Review|
The school project consultants went over the timeline. If approved, the new elementary school at Conte School would open in 2015.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The city's school building proposal is back on track after a review of questionable estimates that appeared to have significantly
|Clarksburg Gets 6 Applicants For Post; Solves Truck Purchase|
CLARKSBURG, Mass. —The town has received a half-dozen resumes after reposting the position of town administrator.
The last posting went begging after four finalists culled from nearly a dozen applications withdrew or didn't show up for their interviews. The job has been vacant since Michael Canales left to become administrative officer
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