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Bianchi Replaces Key City Administrator
"You have to have compassion. But you also have to have a tough skin." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
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Bianchi Replaces Key City Administrator
"You have to have compassion. But you also have to have a tough skin." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
North Adams Hospital Closure Stretching Medical Services
"You can't do cardiac resuscitation for 45 minutes and expect a good outcome." — Dr. Oscar Rodriguez
Pittsfield Councilor Switches Vote To Approve Bus Purchases
"This is just going to keep adding and adding on as we go further into the budget season." — Ward 2 Councilor Kevin Morandi
Green-Rainbow Statewide Candidates Launch 'Listening' Tour
"We love this area. It's important to identify your base." — M.K. Merelice
Registration Open for Y's Tie Dye Dash Fundraiser
This race is not about being the fastest or being in the best shape; it is about encouraging healthy lifestyles. You can walk, jog, run or hop on one foot as long as you get out there and give it your all.
Adams Community Bank Supports Medical Shuttle Service
To reserve a space on the North Adams/Pittsfield shuttle, call BerkshireRides at 413-664-0300 at least two business days in advance.
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'Food Truck Rodeo' On Tap For Pittsfield Downtown
"We're all very food passionate." — Kathy Lloyd
Lawmakers File Report On Lowering Student Debt
"People assume that the student loans will be worth it. But that's not necessarily the case." — state Rep. Paul Mark
Lanesborough Finance Panel Queries Health Insurance; Legion
"We have a big problem coming in the future. Here is a $1 million line that is growing." — Rich Cohen
COOL Committee Promoting LED Lightbulbs
The COOL Committee will be selling LED bulbs at upcoming outreach venues for the reduced price of $5, and will have educational material and sample bulbs available for viewing.
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: April 18-24, 2014
Williamstown Zoning Board OKs Cole Avenue Business Move
"Basically, we want to move into the light ... so my poor wife, Dawn, can get out of the basement." — David LaPlante
Adams Tourism Director to Promote Events, Nightlife
"I want to be that central hub that makes it easier for people to get their information out there." — Samantha Talora
Economic Talk Dominates Williamstown Selectmen's Race
The four men vying for two open seats on the Board of Selectmen shared a platform built on economic development during air time on the town's community access television station.
Pittsfield Cub Scouts First in State to Earn Healthy Award
"We're already basically doing this in Scouts. We just tied it in together." — Pam Burton
Cheshire Students Learn About Space, Robotics
"We wanted to bring in something educational but fun." — Karen Isbell
Clarksburg Egg Scramble 2014 Winners
The annual Clarksburg Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the VFW, was held at town field on Saturday.
Williamstown Man to Run Marathon With Blind Athlete
"Achilles is a great organization. It's very well liked and very well done, but often people don't know it exists." — Dr. Jonathan Cluett
Pittsfield Committee Divided on Chiefs in Civil Service
"I don't want a chief of either fire or police department to ever be selected based on political whim." — Michael McCarthy
North Adams Closes Beaver Street Over Mudslide Fears
Several hundred yards of the street, Route 8, have been sectioned off just south of the Clarksburg town line and traffic is being detoured.


 
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