Caius Veiovis has been found guilty of first degree murder. After the verdict came in, Veiovis exclaimed, “I’ll see you all in Hell!”
Members of a Pittsfield church say they’re heartbroken by the theft of 500 pounds of squash grown in a church garden that was going to be do…
After four full days of deliberation, the Springfield jury is still unable to reach a verdict in the case against Caius Veiovis.
After days of deliberation, there is still no verdict in the triple murder trial of Caius Veiovis.
A former worker at a Berkshire County resort has been sentenced to up to 15 years in prison for kidnapping, assaulting and robbing his boss.
Six months ago northern Berkshire County residents lost a full service hospital in North Adams to bankruptcy.
A Springfield jury will return Wednesday to continue reviewing the evidence in the triple murder trial of Caius Veiovis.
A Springfield jury will be deciding the fate of Caius Veiovis, one of three men accused of a 2011 triple murder in the Berkshires.
A judge has dismissed more than 30 animal cruelty charges against a man from Savoy who police say was running a “kitten mill,” because the s…
Despite vocal opposition, Texas-based energy company Kinder Morgan has begun seeking federal approval for their proposed natural gas pipelin…
A Frost Advisory is in effect from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. Monday for Franklin and western Hampshire County and for Berkshire County form 1 a.m. to…
At around 12:30 Saturday afternoon, a man showed a gun inside the Hearts & Variety Store on Dalton Ave.
The North Adams Police and Mass. State Police are investigating an armed robbery of a convenience store late Wednesday night,
Business owners from across the state met in the Berkshires Thursday night to strategize creative ways to boost business in Massachusetts.
Business owners from across the state met Thursday evening to figure out what can be done to boost business in the commonwealth.
After a little more than two hours of deliberation, a Pittsfield jury found Erick Ruiz-Trujillo guilty of forcibly raping a child.
Adam Bard could spend the next six years in prison for causing a crash in Worcester that killed a 48 year-old man.