Threats cause lockdowns at three Berkshire County schools Tuesday
Matt Martinez, Scott Stafford, and Heather Bellow report in The Berkshire Eagle that at least three Berkshire County schools got threats phoned in on March 28, the day after a major school shooting in Tennessee. The three schools saw lockdowns and a large police response after the threats to Pittsfield High School, Drury High School in North Adams and Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington. Police said all the threats were hoaxes. All three schools resumed classes after the lockdowns were lifted. Read more about this story in The Berkshire Eagle.