|BRPC Developing Community Plan For Reuse of Lee Mills|
"We want a plan that is for the people, by the people." — Melissa Provencher
|State, FAA Put Off Finishing Details for North Adams Airport|
"I will drive to Boston and knock on the door myself and ask them if I have to. This is unacceptable." — Trevor Gilman
|Bianchi Outlines Plan To Move Inspectors To 100 North Street|
"I want to make sure we work out all of the bugs." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
|Are We There Yet?: Holding On To Summer|
But with another nice weekend on the horizon, there's still time to enjoy some summer fun.
|Pittsfield Boys & Girls Club Plans Golf Tournament|
The golf tournament funds help assure that no child is denied access to the club’s services due to their inability to pay.
|Pittsfield Tobacco Regulations Go Into Effect Sept. 15|
In summary, the new Environmental Tobacco Smoke regulations expand no-smoking areas to include city owned and operated parks, playgrounds and conservation areas.
|IRS Closing Pittsfield Office|
“The IRS made a strategic business decision to close the Pittsfield IRS office as a cost savings measure.” — Peggy Riley
|Berkshire Athenaeum Sets Fall Computer Class Schedule|
Trainings are by led the Athenaeum’s professional staff and generally last one and a half hours.
|Lenox OKs Pipeline Survey; Preparing Cleanup Comments|
"Ultimately, I don't think we can stop the survey." — Channing Gibson
|State Reimbursement Rate for Taconic Project Causes Concern|
"I think most of the confusion has come because for seven or eight years people have been hearing 80 percent." — Jason McCandless
|Butler Bids Farewell to Adams Selectmen, Employees|
"I love Adams, and it has a place in my heart and it always will." &mdahs; Jonathan Butler
|North Adams Establishments Hit With Day's Suspension|
"It's the first failure for both and I'm sure the last." — Chairman Jeffrey Polucci
|Ex-Adams Officer Charged With ID Fraud, Prescription Forgery|
According to the police report, Cook tried to pass himself off as Todd Syrett, whom he had arrested in 2012.
|New York Man Killed in Bus Collision in Williamstown|
"It appears that the vehicle entered into the path of a Peter Pan bus." — Officer Shuan William