A divided Planning Board on Tuesday night decided to keep its current representative on the Community Preservation Committee in that seat.
Last month, a benign request from Planner Ann McCallum to take on the task led to an emotional exchange when she learned that Chris Winters did not want to give up the post.
Despite assailing his committee chair on a number of fronts, Richard Cohen was quick to support her for a lifetime achievement award on Monday evening.
It was that kind of night for the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee.
Holli Jayko has been named as the new library director for the Adams Free Library.
Jayko, who has been the children's librarian for a number of years, has been filling in as interim director since the beginning of November, when Deborah Bruneau retired after more than 23 years of service.
The governor has tapped Michael Case to head the western regional office of the Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Case took over the job on Feb. 1 and now oversees 39 parks from Mount Holyoke west, including Pittsfield State Forest, Mount Tom, and Mount Greylock.
"I've been a Berkshires guy all my life. I'm an outdoors guy. I couldn't say no," Case said on Friday
“Valerie’s background in working with the Northern Berkshire community combined with her project management experience will help the Partnership grow economic opportunities in North Adams.” — John DeRosa
Three city councilors are asking for a review of airport management.
Councilors Donna Todd Rivers, Christopher Connell, and Melissa Mazzeo filed a petition asking Mayor Linda Tyer to form a study group review options for airport management and perform a cost analysis.