Connecticut Business Systems, a Xerox company, cut the ribbon on new office space on Pittsfield Road as it looks to grow its Berkshire operations.
The company is becoming the first tenant in Allegrone's Berkshire Design Center, a multi-office building featuring 16 suites for lease. CBS had previous operated out of a small office space in Pittsfield and will now expand it's local service through the new location.
The restaurant under manager Justin Jowett will be open from 11 to 10 Monday through Thursday; 11 to 11 on Friday and Saturday; and 11 to 9 on Sunday. Home delivery is expected to begin after the holidays.
Pizza has returned to the corner of Main and Eagle streets with the opening of Bella Roma on Friday.
Bella Roma owner Ilyas Ozdemir said when he saw that Supreme Pizza closed and the location was vacant he could not pass up the opportunity.
The "Mill Children" exhibit reopens this weekend at its new location in the Berkshire Mill.
This weekend will be a soft opening with hours tentatively set from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free and the entrance is on Hoosac Street.
The dialysis center is the latest medical service to open on the former North Adams Regional Hospital campus since its acquisition by BMC. The center had been under consideration for some time and the board of directors approved its construction last year, along with a planned relocation of the Pittsfield center. with fewer chairs, to the former hematology/oncology offices on Dan Fox Drive. Fairview Hospital also has a six-chair center.
A pair of veteran restaurateurs are bringing traditional Korean and Japanese cuisine and sushi to the city.
The Korean Garden at 139 Ashland St. opened more than a week ago in the former Red Sauce location.
David Moresi had a vision when he bought the Mulcare Block nearly two years ago: Restore his grandfather's tavern, the Mohawk, and open an Italian eatery.
The Mohawk reopened last year, but the restaurant has taken a little longer and required just the right ingredient.
Moresi found it in another North Adams native who had recently returned to the area with his growing family.