97th edition of For The Record @ctsbtv in #LeeMA > @terrycowgill & @cojwilley talk about this week’s top stories.
LANESBOROUGH — After more than two months, the owner of a declared dangerous dog has been formally reached and informed of the Board of Selectmen’s ruling. Lanesborough Police Chief Timothy Sorrell provided an update on the dangerous dog situation to the selectmen last week. On Nov. 14, 2016, the Board of Selectmen ruled that a […]
PITTSFIELD — The anticipated Tito’s Mexican Grill, replacing Baba Louie’s at 34 Depot St., has come to fruition. Co-owner Luis Verde had planned to open the restaurant by early December, but the opening was delayed while he waited for the state to approve the liquor license transfer from Baba Louie’s to Tito’s, which occurred Dec. […]
NORTH ADAMS — The timing couldn’t have been better for the Massachusetts College of the Liberal Arts. The day after Martin Luther King Jr. Day and on the heels of a bitter exchange between President-elect Donald Trump and civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis, MCLA announced that Lewis would be the keynote speaker at the […]
OTIS — When reflecting on their own wisdom — or lack thereof — most people harken back to their childhood or young adulthood and recall the wise words of family members. How many times have we heard, “My father always told me …”? In his new book, part-time Otis resident Larry Abrams basically plays both […]
PITTSFIELD — Taconic and Wahconah Boys Basketball got their first taste of what Berkshire North competition is going to be like this season when the Warriors traveled to Pittsfield Wednesday night. The contest was much-anticipated as both squads entered with just one loss dotting their early-season resumes, and while Taconic entered 2016-17 as the favorite, […]