Tuesday, September 16, 2014 09:28am
North Adams, MA now: 52 °   
Send news, tips, press releases and questions to info@iBerkshires.com
The Berkshires online guide to events, news and Berkshire County community information.
SIGN IN | REGISTER NOW   

Home About Archives RSS Feed
Two Horses Killed in Williamstown Accident
Staff Reports On: 10:04PM / Thursday October 25, 2012
Important
4
Interesting
0
Funny
0
Awesome
0
Infuriating
0
Ridiculous
0
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Police confirmed late Thursday that two horses were killed on Wednesday night when they were struck by a vehicle traveling southbound on Route 7 not far from the New Ashford town line.

Jeana Brouder of Lanesborough and a juvenile passenger were riding in a a 2011 Ford F150 when their truck hit the animals, Police Officer Shuan N. William said on Thursday.

Both riders were transported by Village Ambulance to Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, where they were treated for minor injuries and released. The horses — a full-grown adult and 5-year-old miniature horse — were dead when police arrived at the scene, William said.

No citation was issued to Brouder in the accident, which was reported to Williamstown Police just after 9 p.m. Wednesday.

William said police have identified the owner of the horses but declined to provide the name because the accident is still under investigation. Police have not determined how the horses got loose and wandered onto the highway in the 700 block of the New Ashford Road section.

Route 7 was shut down for 1 hour, 45 minutes. Responding agencies included state police, Lanesborough Police, Williamstown Fire Department, and the state Highway Department, which assisted in removal of the animals.
— Stephen Dravis


Williamstown Accident Under Investigation

Posted at 1:04 p.m., Oct. 25, 2012
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Berkshire Eagle is reporting that two horses were struck and killed by a pickup truck late Wednesday night on Route 7.

Several readers contacted iBerkshires saying they had heard a moose had been struck, and later that it was one or more horses.

Williamstown Police said a report would be ready later Thursday and declined to give more information.

The Eagle stated that two occupants in the pickup were taken to Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield.

Two people were transported to Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield after the pickup truck they were in struck two horses on Route 7 in Williamstown on Wednesday night, The Eagle has learned. The horses died.


Write a comment - 0 Comments            
Four Pittsfield Teens Charged With Raping UMass Student
Staff Reports On: 01:57PM / Monday October 22, 2012
Important
0
Interesting
1
Funny
0
Awesome
0
Infuriating
0
Ridiculous
0
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Four city teens are being accused of raping an 18-year-old University of Massachusetts Amherst student.

Emmanuel Bile,18, Justin King, 18, Adam Licciardi, 18, and Caleb Womack, 17, are accused of raping the woman in her residence hall in the early hours of Oct. 13. The four knew the victim but did not attend the school.

The teens were arrested by a team consisting of UMass Amherst Police, Pittsfield Police and state police assigned to the Berkshire County District Attorney's Office, according to a statement released by the school on Monday.

UMass Amherst Police Chief John Horvath said the department determined that the general campus was not in danger but will increase awareness of safety procedures and review the security of the residence halls.

"The safety of our students is paramount. Following the incident, we communicated with security personnel and residence hall staff to reiterate current security procedures. In addition, while campus security measures have generally proved effective in the past, the university will conduct a comprehensive review of security in our residence halls. The campus is providing support to the victim and her family through our well-established resources on campus. In addition, we will redouble our efforts to educate all members of our community about protecting their safety," Horvath said in the statement.

School Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy condemned the alleged attack.

"Maintaining a safe learning and living community is of the upmost importance to our campus. We will not tolerate this violent behavior. The victim and her family are receiving support from our campus resources. I know that I speak on behalf of our university community when I say that they are all in our thoughts during this difficult time," he said.


Write a comment - 0 Comments            
Superior Court Briefs: October 17
Staff Reports On: 01:43PM / Friday October 19, 2012
Important
2
Interesting
0
Funny
0
Awesome
0
Infuriating
0
Ridiculous
0
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Wednesday, October 17.

Orlando Roberts, 31, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to single counts of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, conspiracy to violate drug laws and possession of lysergic acid diethlamide.

He was sentenced to 190 days at the Berkshire County House of Correction. The charges stem from the execution of a search warrant in Pittsfield on February 4, 2010. An additional count of drug violation in a school zone was dismissed by the state.


Write a comment - 0 Comments            
Richmond's New Fire Command Vehicle on the Road
Town of Richmond On: 06:21PM / Monday October 15, 2012
Important
0
Interesting
0
Funny
0
Awesome
0
Infuriating
0
Ridiculous
0
RICHMOND, Mass. — From the most recent town newsletter is the report that the new Fire Command vehicle has been delivered and is in active service.

Town meeting approved taking $40,000 from free cash for the new 4-wheel drive last May to replace a 2005 Ford Taurus that officials called "ill-equipped" for the Fire Department's needs.


Write a comment - 0 Comments            
Pittsfield Man Pleads Not Guilty To Canyon Ranch Bomb Threat
Staff Reports On: 03:48PM / Monday October 15, 2012
Important
0
Interesting
0
Funny
0
Awesome
0
Infuriating
0
Ridiculous
0
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A city man had not guilty pleas entered on his behalf in Berkshire Superior Court on allegations of making a bomb threat and setting fire to a Canyon Ranch building.

Miles Arnspiger, 23, of Pittsfield had not guilty pleas entered on single counts of burning a building and making a bomb threat causing serious public alarm.

Judge John Agostini released Arnspiger on personal recognizance on the condition that he stay away from Canyon Ranch, wear a GPS monitor and abide by a curfew.

Arnspiger allegedly set fire to an outbuilding at the Lenox resort and made a bomb threat on May 19, 2012 and August 9, 2012.


Write a comment - 0 Comments            
Page 63 of 138... 58  59  60  61  62  63  64  65  66  67  68 ... 138  
News Headlines
North Adams School Project on Track, Under Budget
Developer Details Plans for Former Adams Mill
Pittsfield Historical Commission Invites Input on St. Mary's Demolition
Pittsfield Prepping For New School Costs Estimates
Williams Senior Harrier Wins National Honor
Williamstown's Friendship Club Raises Funds for Outings
Williams College Football Looks to Bounce Back
MCLA, Williams to Partner with North Adams Schools on Science
UCP to Celebrate Employees, Volunteers at Annual Meeting
Rx Roundup Scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27
Crimewatch Links

North Adams CrimeWatch

Stamford/Clarksburg CrimeWatch

Pittsfield CrimeWatch

Emergency: 911
Adams 413-743-1212
Clarksburg 413-663-7795
Cheshire 413-743-1501
Dalton 413-684-0300
Great Barrington 413-528-0306
Lanesborough 413-443-4107
Lee 413-243-2100
Lenox 413-637-2346
North Adams 413-664-4944
Pittsfield 413-448-9700
Richmond 413-698-3315
Stockbridge 413-298-4179
Williamstown 413-458-5733
West Stockbridge 413-232-7938
State Police  
Cheshire Barracks
413-743-4700
Lee Barracks 413-243-0600
Shaftsbury, Vt., Barracks 802-442-3263

 



Categories:
Adams (33)
Alford (0)
Becket (6)
Cheshire (9)
Clarksburg (27)
Dalton (4)
Egremont (0)
Florida (4)
Great Barrington (9)
Hancock (4)
Hinsdale (2)
Lanesborough (11)
Lee (11)
Lenox (9)
Monterey (0)
Mount Washington (0)
New Ashford (3)
New Marlborough (1)
North Adams (124)
Otis (2)
Peru (1)
Pittsfield (134)
Pownal (9)
Readsboro (9)
Richmond (8)
Sandisfield (2)
Savoy (4)
Sheffield (1)
Stamford (25)
State (1)
Stockbridge (4)
Tyringham (1)
Washington (1)
West Stockbridge (1)
Williamstown (48)
Windsor (1)
Archives:
September 2014 (9)
August 2014 (21)
July 2014 (13)
June 2014 (16)
May 2014 (15)
April 2014 (10)
March 2014 (12)
February 2014 (4)
Tags:
Vehicle Motor Vehicle Injuries Fraud Robbery Fire Accident Crime Watch Buglaries Veremko Stabbing Search Police Rape Structure Fire Break-ins Drugs Homicide Mvi Cocaine Larceny Motor Vehicle Accident Fatal Drug Charges Shooting Arrest Assault Murder Armed Robbery Oxycodone Dui Embezzlement Missing Crash Missing Persons
Popular Entries:
Great Barrington Crashes Leave Two Dead
North Adams Woman Killed in Route 2 Crash
North Adams Man Crashes SUV Into Home
Man Killed by Bull in Clarksburg
Kincaid Pleads Guilty to Aggravated Rape
North Adams Man Arraigned on Child Porn Charges
Cariddi Auto Sales Burns
Donations Reach State Road Fire Victims
Pittsfield Police Identify Parking Garage Death
Mayor's Wife Arrested for Shoplifting
Recent Entries:
Superior Court Briefs: Sept. 8 - Sept. 11
Pittsfield Police Log: Sept. 9 - Sept. 15
Two-Car Accident Detours Traffic in North Adams
North Adams Police Searching for Armed Robbery Suspect
Pittsfield Police Log: Sept. 6 - Sept. 8
Pittsfield Police Log: Sept. 2 - Sept. 5.
Superior Court Briefs: Sept. 2 - Sept. 4
Former Lee Police Chief Facing Federal Charges
Pittsfield Police Log: Aug. 30 - Sept. 1
Pittsfield Police Log: Aug. 28 - Aug 29


View All
Soccer: Mount Greylock vs...
Eric Hirsch scored twice and set up two goals to lead the...
Josh Billings RunAground 2014
The team from Pittsfield's Allen Heights Veterinary won the...
Football: Amherst vs Williams
Football: Amherst vs Williams in a scrimmage on Saturday...
Girls Soccer: Drury vs...
Taconic girls soccer team took a 3-2 win over Drury on...
Football: Wahconah vs...
The Wahconah Warriors tamed the Chicopee Colts 44-6 at home...
Football: Taconic vs...
The Taconic Braves ran over the Cathedral Panthers 20-8 at...
Youth Center Chair Reception...
Inspired seating was on display Saturday night in the...
Volleyball: Mount Greylock vs...
Mount Greylock bested Wahconah 3-2 on Wednesday night at...
Northern Berkshire Food Fest...
Hundreds flocked to Main Street on Sunday for the annual...
Williamstown Fun Run 2014
About 100 participants competed in the 5-kilometer and...
Soccer: Pittsfield vs Mt...
Friday night girl's soccer PHS wins over Mount Greylock...
Soccer: St. Joe s vs McCann...
McCann Tech defeated St. Joseph, 5-2, Wednesday afternoon...
Boys and Girls Cross Country
Lenox's girls went 3-0 on the afternoon, beating Hoosac,...
Soccer: Renaissance vs McCann
The McCann Tech girls soccer team lost to Renaissance, 2-1,...
Berkshire Trendsetter Awards...
The presenting of the fourth annual Berkshire Trendsetter...
Football: Pittsfield vs....
Pittsfield's football team opened the season with an 18-14...
Soccer: Mount Greylock vs...
Eric Hirsch scored twice and set up two goals to lead the...
Josh Billings RunAground 2014
The team from Pittsfield's Allen Heights Veterinary won the...
Football: Amherst vs Williams
Football: Amherst vs Williams in a scrimmage on Saturday...
Girls Soccer: Drury vs...
Taconic girls soccer team took a 3-2 win over Drury on...
Football: Wahconah vs...
The Wahconah Warriors tamed the Chicopee Colts 44-6 at home...
| Home | A & E | Business | Community News | Dining | Real Estate | Schools | Sports & Outdoors | Berkshires Weather | Weddings
Advertise | Recommend This Page | Help Contact Us | Privacy Policy| User Agreement
iBerkshires.com is owned and operated by: Boxcar Media 102 Main Street, North Adams, MA 01247 -- T. 413-663-3384 F.413-664-4251
© 2000 Boxcar Media LLC - All rights reserved