Members of the town's Diversity, Inclusion and Racial Equity Committee on Monday expressed their displeasure that incidents at the Williamstown Police Department alleged in a federal lawsuit against the town were not investigated at the times that they occurred.
The attorneys who sparred over Sgt. Scott Mc-Gowan’s initial allegations of sexual harassment and racial bias within the Williamstown Police Department will go up against one another again, this time in U.S. District Court.
Last year more than 900 Berkshire County residents of all ages and backgrounds took to the street and walked a mile united against rape, sexual assault and gender violence.
Over $90,000 was raised to support Elizabeth Freeman Center’s life-saving services.
Williamstown will not seek an outside probe of a police sergeant's claims of racial bias, sexual harassment and retaliation inside the Williamstown Police Department, despite calls to do so by residents and town board.
This has not been a great summer for the Williamstown Police Department or the town of Williamstown. Back on June 30th we posted a story that some residents of Williamstown wanted to defund the Police Department.