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A proposal to lay a 1,000-megawatt power line from the Canadian border down Lake Champlain and then across Vermont to Ludlow is taking another big step forward.

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The Vermont attorney general's office has dropped its criminal investigation into whether an environmental activist acted as a lawyer without a law license in her advocacy for critics of large-scale wind and solar power projects before state regulators.

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The Price Chopper supermarket in North Adams will close at the end of February. The store, which opened in 1959, employs 57 people.

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Pittsfield’s 29th mayor and the man who led the city for much of the 1980s has died.

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The Berkshire District Attorney’s office has released details on the August deaths of a Pittsfield father and his 11-year-old daughter.

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The city of Pittsfield is continuing to gather ideas for the redevelopment of an area surrounding the former General Electric plant.

Garett Argianas' Evening Forecast

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  Meteorologist Garett Argianas delivers the evening weather forecast for Monday, February 8, 2016.

Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant
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Radioactive tritium-contaminated water has leaked into the groundwater at the Indian Point nuclear power plant. New York’s governor over the weekend ordered two state department heads to investigate. Indian Point officials say the leak was contained and there is no risk to public safety.

Joining us this afternoon for Medical Monday is Dr. Thea Bordenave-Sande, a board-certified specialist in osteopathic manipulative medicine and neuromusculoskeletal medicine, and she’s here to answer your questions.

In November, voters narrowly rejected a $196 million plan for a major makeover and addition to Albany High School. A revote on a scaled-back version takes place Feb. 9.
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In November, voters narrowly rejected a $196 million plan for a major makeover and addition to Albany High School. A trip back to the drawing board resulted in a reformulated plan to rebuild the existing facility over a staggered number of years at a slightly reduced cost.

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