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Adams Town Hall New Home for Carving of K-9 Kumar

The Adams Police Department presented the town with a life-size wooden statue of the town's K-9, Kumar, in a special case. Police Chief Richard Tarsa, Officer Travis Cunningham, and K-9 Officer Curtis Crane brought the hand-carved and painted statue made by Berkshire Carousel to Wednesday's Selectmen's meeting.

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Pittsfield Parks Will Host Tiny Lending Libraries

The Berkshire United Way is looking to install book houses in 10 city parks and two public housing complexes. United Way Development Manager Jonah Sykes said there are 50 houses being built by SABIC to be installed across the county, a dozen of which are eyed for Pittsfield. The structures will be filled with books collected at book drives for families to access at all hours. "The goal would be to have these bookhouses available 24/7," he said. "It's a humongous project."

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Milne Library Seeks Donations of Books

Donations can be brought in bags or boxes to the library at 1095 Main St.

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Pittsfield Library Offering Food For Fines Program

Food will be accepted not only for payment of overdue fines for items currently in circulation, but also may be applied to outstanding overdue fines from other transactions.

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Pittsfield Food For Fines Program Ends April 18

The food-for-fines program, now in its 21st year, is the library’s attempt to create a more positive feeling about getting overdue library materials returned, and to get library borrowers to clean out their bookshelves and bring back library items that ha

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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.

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