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|Berkshire Carousel Breaks Ground On Permanent Home
"It'll be a small carousel, but it's ours." — Maria Caccaviello
Pittsfield's Tyer Challenges Mayoral Candidates To Foot Race
"It's just meant to be something to celebrate Independence Day." — Linda Tyer
Committee Approves Changes To North Adams Zoning Ordinances
ďThe city was built out in a very tight manner, and everyone walked to work so they didnít have cars and they didnít need the space we have these days.Ē — William Meranti
Curtain Rises on Williamstown Theatre Festival
"I'm really excited to see how it connects with audiences." — Mandy Greenfield
Lanesborough Committee Urges Another Vote On Docks Bylaw
"It's been more than a decade of effort to get something done." — Robert Barton
Alcombright Running on Progress, Development
"There are more jobs, more investment, and more local projects than there was six years ago." — Richard Alcombright
Local Trumpet Player To Play With The Eagles Band
Felix has performed in competitions on the national and international level.
MCLA, Waubeeka Earn Giorgi League Wins
Joe Wiggins scored 21 points to lead MCLA to victory in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League on Monday.
Sorrento's Double Fuels Late Rally in 'Cats Win
The North Adams SteepleCats beat Vermont, 7-3, on the road on Monday.
Williamstown Prudential Committee Thankful for College Contributions
"The college has been very generous over the years letting guys serve." — John Notsley
Miss Hallís Students Named Pickett Scholars
The scholarships are given to two seniors who exhibit outstanding performance in academics and extracurricular activities. This is the twelfth year the association has honored Miss Hallís students.
Lillian Quinn Will Serve as Grand Marshal for the July 4th Parade
The Pittsfield 4th of July Parade has an historic reputation dating back to 1824, when the procession consisted of Revolutionary War survivors, patriots, politicians, and horse-drawn carriages
Clarksburg Lists Third Trimester Honor Roll
Students enrolled in Clarksburg have the benefit of receiving challenging instruction with a high level of individualized attention from a committed faculty and staff.
St. Stan's Announced Fourth Quarter Honors
St. Stan's is a Catholic elementary school educating a diverse population of children from the northern Berkshire County of Massachusetts and southern Vermont.
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Awards $257,175 in Scholarships
For over 28 years, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation has built stronger communities and helped donors make a difference through charitable giving.
Pittsfield's Mayor Bianchi Launches Re-Election Campaign
"I am extremely optimistic about the future of the city and the future of Berkshire County." — Daniel Bianchi
Nominations Accepted for 2015 Woman of Achievement
The award honors a Berkshire County woman for her considerable achievements and outstanding commitment to the community.
Dagnoli/JBC Rolls Up 85 Points in Giorgi League Win
Nigel Cross led four players in double figures for Dagnoli/JBC in Sunday night's win over Bud Light in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League.
Williamstown Economic Panel Hears From Local Business
"It there are two big problems, they would be parking and parking. And the third problem would be parking." — Stephen Sheppard
Sagas of the Shire: The Madness of Sue Dunham
It was perhaps her shrewd tongue that most contributed to her status as a legendary local figure during her lifetime.
North Adams' Colegrove School May Open in New Year
"I think the school transition could be over the Christmas holiday, when we have time." — Mayor Richard Alcombright
Berkshire Battalion Hockey Moving From North Adams
Less than two weeks after saying the Berkshire Battalion would return for the 2015-16 season, the club's new owner said on Friday that he is taking it to Connecticut or New York.
Clarksburg Planners OK Golf Course Solar Array, Clubhouse
The 1.25 megawatt solar array will have more than 4,000 panels over 4 acres and generate enough energy to power about 250 homes.
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: June 26-July 2
WPT Earns Giorgi Summer League Win
Williamstown Physical Therapy edged Tony's Electric in their first meeting of the summer in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League on Thursday.