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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
North Adams' Proposed Bike Path Connects Community Assets
"I think the route is really cool. It takes in some city assets that weren't talked about several years ago." — Mayor Richard Alcombright

Pittsfield Neighborhoods Weigh In on St. Mary's, Pay Raises
"We had this meeting so we could get your input." — Lisa Tully

Pittsfield-based AAU Team 3-0 at Rensselaer Tourney
The Pittsfield Squad went 3-0 in its season opening AAU basketball tournament.

Lanesborough Asked To Put Expanding School District To Town Vote
"We've got a good thing going. But, it is all based on good-will." — Carrie Greene.

Williamstown Selectmen Endorse Hospital Resolution, Bottle Initiative
"I feel like we were elected to have opinions and show some leadership in areas that matter to the community in a significant way." — Jane Patton

Sullivan School Forensics Students Get Tactical Lesson
"There is a lot of misconceptions of what we do based on what they say on TV, and this sort of clarifies it a little bit." — Officer Greg Oronato

Lanesborough Names 9-Member Panel To Look At School Affiliation
"I am hoping from the committee we can get pros and cons." Henry Sayers

Williams College Gets OK for Solar Installation
"My concern is that the second-floor guests like a mountain view." — Bhavin Shah

North Adams Cumberland Farms Holds Grand Opening
"We don't want them to drive by and say 'oh, was that a Cumberland Farms?' " — Blaine Applebee

The Building Blocks of an Investment Portfolio
If investing is something that piques your interest, but you’re not quite sure where to begin, consider two of the most basic types of investments — stocks and bonds.

Pittsfield High School Students Unite Against Bullying
"This was a day where we could all come together to stand up against one of the biggest problems in high school." — Lauren Carnevale

Pittsfield Library Accepting Food for Fines
During this four-week period, the library will accept non‑perishable food items in lieu of paying fines for overdue books.

Pittsfield Schools Introduce New Cultural Proficiency Coach
"I think there's power here in our own community." — Jason McCandless

Mount Greylock Teacher Recognized for Excellence
"Bob's a math teacher first and foremost." — Principal Mary MacDonald

Berkshire County Kids Place Honors Supporters
"It's very difficult to be able to explain to you about what Berkshire County Kids Place does — or to show you." — Chrisa Collier

Mount Greylock Debates Lanesborough School Union Vote
"It may be if they vote to leave, it will encourage people to vote for regionalization." — Carolyn Greene

Adams Narrowing Down Town Administrator Applicants
Girgenti said they have narrowed the applicants down to six, but could receive more.

Cultural Pittsfield This Week: Oct. 24-30


Atlas Private Wealth Management Moving to North Adams
"After acquiring most companies go through layoffs. We actually haven't laid anyone off and we've hired three people." — Gregory Britton

Lanesborough Officials Debate School Spending
"The town decides where to spend money. I think you are going to see recommendations across the board for less money for the schools." — Al Terranova

Adams Seeks Fix to Visitors Center's Ineffective Geothermal System
"Your fingers cramp up because they are so cold and you can't type, and you can see your breath in the building." — Erica Girgenti

'Fury': Proves Term ‘Great War Movie' is an Oxymoron
We fear how this might end, but nonetheless hope that the quirky, ragtag crew with whom we've become acquainted will survive this unthinkable scourge.

Mount Greylock Committee Taking Up Delayed Superintendent Search
"Mostly it would be a matter of getting the word out far and wide. It would be going more nationally." — Carolyn Greene

North Adams to Williamstown Bike Path Public Meeting Set
"We are very close to finalizing plans for a safe and viable biking solution between our downtown and Williamstown." — Mayor Richard Alcombright

Pittsfield Schools Review Teacher Evaluation Process
"The purpose of this is not to be punitive, but to establish a dialogue with the educator." — Joseph Curtis


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