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Pittsfield Firefighters Champs in Annual Pizza Contest
Baba Louie's in Pittsfield hosted its 4th annual Pizza Eating Competition to benefit Moments House of Pittsfield.
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Pittsfield Firefighters Champs in Annual Pizza Contest
Baba Louie's in Pittsfield hosted its 4th annual Pizza Eating Competition to benefit Moments House of Pittsfield.
Pittsfield Sets Community Conversation on Violence
Mayor Daniel Bianchi will be holding a community conversation at Morningside Community School on Monday, Aug. 25.
Farley-Bouvier Supports Grossman, Healey, Conroy
"Steve Grossman has the administrative experience running the treasury and running his own business to be able to be a good executive." — Tricia Farley-Bouvier
iBerkshire Tag Sales: Aug. 23-24
It's tag sale season again. Time to clear out attics, basements and garages and make some folding money.
Williamstown ZBA OKs Phased Completion of Weston Field
The athletic department wants to allow the field hockey team to begin practicing on its field starting Aug. 29.
Pittsfield Parks Commission Questions Lack of Capital Funds
ou can't have it wonderful all the time unless you give some money, it's that simple." — Dr. John Hermann
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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


 
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