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|Pittsfield Police Advisory Board Advocating For More Officers
"We're saying for the five patrol cars we have on a day shift, we need seven patrol cars." — Chief Michael Wynn
Fire Marshal Issues Christmas Tree & Lighting Safety Tips
Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious.
BHS Offers Cat Spaying, Neutering Clinic
The Berkshire Humane Society and Haddad Subaru are teaming up for "100 Cats for Christmas," a low-cost spaying and neutering event for cats on Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Adams Scholars Honored at Annual MCLA Event
"You should feel very proud of your accomplishments. I know your family members are proud — let them be proud." — Mary Grant 1 Comment
Questions Linger for Adams Planners Over Solar Bylaw
"We have probably over 100 years worth of experience, all five of us sitting here." — Sandra Moderski
Letters: Vote Yes on Fire District Land Purchase
Purchase of the Lehovec property is a critical step forward in ensuring our town's safety as well as enhancing it.
Letters: Vote No on Fire Station Land Purchase
The biggest single savings we can get from doing a joint building is only having to buy one piece of land.
North Adams Planners Approve Gas Station Sign Changes
The new signs will reflect gas savings for members of Cumberland Farms' "SmartPay" program.
Pittsfield Overnight Parking Ban In Effect
Williamstown Fire District to Vote on Land Purchase
The committee needs a two-thirds majority vote of the district's voters at a special Fire District meeting. 1 Comment
Which Retirement Plan Is Right for Your Business?
If you own a small business, there are many retirement plan alternatives available to help you and your eligible employees with retirement planning.
Wind Siting Debate Returning in the Spring
"Municipalities should also have the right and the authority to develop stricter regulations and standards." — Lauren Gaherty 3 Comments
Q&A: Teachers Bring 'A Christmas Carol' to Life
"I enjoy the reading because I have always loved each of the characters in the story, and I get to be them for about an hour." — Jeffrey Welch
Williams Students to Present Public Policy Papers
The upper-level students will hold public presentations in Adams, North Adams and Williamstown Dec. 5 through 12.
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire': Surviving the Sequel
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" occurs in a time and place like ours, only more so.
Former Williams Head Coach Recalls Weston Field's History
"I am fairly proud that in my tenure we never had a losing season." — Richard Farley
North Adams Ambulance Offers Seniors 'File of Life' Cards
The program's objective is straightforward: To have critical health information immediately available to responders in emergency situations.
That's Life: Memories of Thanksgiving Kindness
It was the only time we had to depend on the kindness of others for a festive holiday meal. 2 Comments
Cheshire Seeks Full-Time Police Officer
Current full-time Officer Brandon Gallagher accepted a position in the Pittsfield Police Department.
North Adams Council Clears Lingering Issues
"Let the new council look at it and then you'll be back in the summer hours anyways." — Councilor John Barrett III
Adams Receives PARC Grant for Train Station
"The town is very excited about this news ... " — Jonathan Butler 2 Comments
Williamstown Set to Help Residents of the Spruces
It matters mightily to the whole town to finally get this right.
North Adams Happenings: Nov. 27-Dec. 3
Dance off those Thanksgiving calories with an 80s dance party at the Greylock Club!
Holiday Hours: Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving will be observed on Thursday, Nov. 28.
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