|TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
|FEMA Grants Adams $800K For New Fire Truck
"The upgrade to our fleet, will allow us to continue to provide protection of life and property in the Town of Adams." — Paul Goyette
Cornerstone Completes Sweep in BABL Final
The Cornerstone Nineties won the Berkshire Adult Baseball League 20-and-over Division title on Sunday.
Habitat For Humanity Cuts Ribbon On New 'ReStore'
"It's been a dream of ours to get to a facility as big as this and as beautiful as this." — Steve Gingras
Adams Aces Take Lead in BABL Final
The Adams Aces Saturday won Game 1 of their best-of-three Berkshire Adult Baseball League Championship Series.
Revised Proposal For New Pittsfield Dunkin Would Spare Church Building
Cafua's earlier proposal at the Tyler Street location stirred considerable local controversy in September 2014.
Lanesborough Elementary School Bus Routes 2015
School opens Wednesday, Sept. 2, for a half day of classes
Retiring Clark Art Director Leaves Lasting Impression
"There are a lot of things in what people call the 'bucket list' of things that I haven't been able to do, which I'm going to be doing." — Michael Conforti
Adams & Cheshire School Bus Route 2015
Public schools in Adams and Cheshire open on Monday, Aug. 31
McCann Technical School Bus Routes 2015
McCann Technical School opens for the school year Thursday, Sept. 3. Freshman should report to the cafeteria on arrival and seniors to the gym.
Williams College Class of 2019 Set to Arrive Aug. 31
Over the first few days students will meet their academic advisors, learn about academic departments, get to know the campus, and take placement exams and the mandatory swimming test. In between the scheduled events, students will settle into their dorms
YMCA Accepting Registration for Elementary School-Age Programs
First day of care will be Tuesday, Sept. 1 with half day care at the available schools and at the YMCA. Pittsfield kindergartnersí first day is Sept. 2 with half day care available until Sept. 21 at the YMCA.
'Mile in Her Shoes Art Show' Seeks Participating Artists
The Walk a Mile Art Show presents artists and community members with an opportunity to create wearable art for a great cause.
Berkshire Bank Names MacDonald SVP Corporate Auto Sales Leader
He has more than 30 years of experience in the automotive business including previous roles at TD Bank as the National Sales Manager for auto finance and various positions within the auto dealer community.
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: Aug. 28-Sept. 3
Berkshire Opera Festival Appoints First Director of Development
Held, who hails from Gettysburg, Penn., brings a wealth of producing and fundraising experience across a broad spectrum of the performing arts.
Adams-Cheshire Makes High School Pitch to Lanesborough
"We are presenting a tuition option that would be good for us but great for you." — Tony Mazzucco
Opened or Closed? Debate Over Kirvin Park's Gate Grows
"I have major issues if this gate is open." — Kathleen Connor
North Adams Neighborhood Opposed to Bike Path Plan
"We don't want it in our neighborhood. Period." — Patti Lentine
Triad Holds Annual Picnic at Greylock Club Pavilion
"You just keep going and going and it's wonderful." — Police Director Michael Cozzaglio
Adams Inviting Residents to Get Involved in Strategic Planning Process
"It's really about the community's vision for the future and what they want to get done in the next five years." — Tony Mazzucco
Adams-Cheshire Sets School Opening 2015
Classes start on Monday, Aug. 31, for the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District.
Adams to Look Into Expanding Solid Waste Services
"Here is a case before we try to save money by cutting a service, there might be an opportunity to make money." — Tony Mazzucco
Mount Greylock Officials Make Case for School District
"I knew what to look for when I looked for a high quality, academically focused high school." — Douglas Dias
Economist Urges Berkshires To Build Around Strong Non-Profit Economy
"We've really experienced a lot of shocks to the economy." — Steven Sheppard
North Adams Committee Reviewing Online Information Access
"I think this is a very long-term issue ... the city has been doing paper for a very long time." — Eric Buddington