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Pittsfield Strengthen Rules On Contractors Following...

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Contractors must get written approval from city officials before shutting off the water to a contractor for now on. In fighting the blaze on Tyler Street on Thursday firefighters were unaware that the contractor hired by the city to upgrade the water line on Plunkett Street had turned off the... click for more

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E3 Academy's Final Project Is Escape Puzzle...

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The escape room set up at Greylock School on Thursday was the final project of the year for the E3 Academy, the North Adams Public Schools' alternative educational program. click for more

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Brayton Students Hold Memorial Day Service

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Brayton Elementary school students were asked to reflect on veterans’ bravery. Brayton Elementary School students attended their annual Memorial Day program Friday morning and Superintendent Barbara Malkas asked the students to reflect on what it means to be brave. click for more

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Pittsfield Budget Review Day 2: RSVP Budget Sparks...

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The first of four days of budget hearings kicked off Tuesday night with the City Council reviewing the first 10 departmental budgets. click for more

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North Adams Airport Administration Building Still on...

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The new administrative building at Harriman & West Airport is on schedule for an August completion. click for more

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Pittsfield, Habitat Cuts Ribbon on New Police Substation

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The new police outreach center on Columbus Avenue is now open. The center or substation dubbed the Community Outreach Post (COP), is aimed to bring the police more closely in line with the community in the west side neighborhoods. click for more

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North Adams Hazard & Preparedness Plans Being Presented

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A public listening and viewing session will be held at 7 p.m. before the council meeting in the City Hall lobby. click for more

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Business

The Independent Investor: Don't Take Loans From Your...

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Nearly 3 out of 10 Americans borrow from their retirement plans. The problem is that they erroneously view them as their own personal piggy bank, until something goes wrong. click for more

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Biz Briefs: MountainOne...

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North Adams Happenings: May...

WEDNESDAY JUNE 5TH - Concerts... 

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Berkshires Beat: Berkshire...

Since opening on Feb. 9, the... 

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Preschool, Kindergarten...

All students, regardless of... 

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Sports

Calvert Leads Wahconah Over...

Grace Calvert had a hat trick to lead a balanced attack for the...

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Cellana Leads Drury Past Mount...

Caroline Cellana went 4-for-4 with an RBI Saturday to lead the Drury...

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Frazier Leads Way as Wahconah Baseball Punches...

Caden Frazier struck out 11 on the mound in a complete-game effort and helped his cause with a 3-for-4 day at the plate as the Wahconah baseball team beat Monument Mountain, 5-1, on Saturday. click for more

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Wellspeak's Nine-Point Day Lifts Mount Greylock

Michael Wellspeak scored five goals and set up four more Saturday to lead the Mount Greylock boys lacrosse team to a 16-6 win over Amherst. click for more

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Derek Paris Powers Mount Greylock Past Mount...

Derek Paris went 4-for-4 with a double Saturday to lead the Mount Greylock baseball team to a 6-3 win over Mount Everett. click for more

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Pioneer Softball Tops Lenox

Stephanie Scoville went homered, doubled and drove in five runs Saturday to lead the Pioneer Valley softball team to a 12-0 win over Lenox. click for more

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Hoosac Valley Sixth-Graders...

Monday was the final training day for Hoosac Valley sixth-graders’...

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High School Sports Videos

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Shea McIlquham competes in the long jump for Wahconah Regional High...
Mount Greylock Regional School Junior Madison Ross competes in the...
Brianna Clary drives in the tying and winning runs in the sixth inning...

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Obituaries

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Richard Dubie Jr.,76

Richard Francis Dubie Jr. 76, of Adams, MA. died Saturday May 25, 2019 at the North Adams Commons...

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Helen A. Soja, 94

ADAMS, Mass. — Helen A. Soja, R.N., 94, formerly of Adams, died Saturday, May 18, 2019, at...

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James Robinson, 84

ADAMS, Mass. —   Mr. James A. Robinson, 84, of Adams, died on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at...

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Edwin F. Gajda, 89

ADAMS, Mass. — Mr. Edwin F. Gajda, 89, of Adams, died Tuesday afternoon, May 21, 2019, at his...

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Walter John Horton Jr, 75

Walter John Horton Jr., 75 of Williamstown, MA died Friday May 17, 2019 at his home. He was born in...

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John Skovera

  On Monday May 20, 2019 John Michael Skovera, 71 of Williamstown, died at the Albany Medical...

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Rose H. Squires, 75

NORTH BENNINGTON, Vt. — Rose Helen Hall Squires, a resident of Buck Hill Road, passed away May 15,...

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Jeremy E. Boody, 34

WINDSOR, Mass. — Jeremy E. Boody, 34, of Windsor, Mass., passed away May 14, 2019, at Berkshire...

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Dorothy Denault, 95

ADAMS, Mass. — Dorothy M. (Griffel) Denault of Adams passed away at the age of 95 on May 15,...

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David G. Germain, 81

LENOX, Mass. — David G. Germain, 81, of Lenox died Saturday, May 18, 2019, at Berkshire Medical...

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Mary Ann Ploss, 72

LENOX, Mass. — Mary Ann Ploss, 72, of Chatham, N.Y., died Saturday evening, May 18, 2019, at St....

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Robert G. McPeak, 80

STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Robert Gerald "Bob" McPeak, 80, passed away on May 11, 2019,...

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Pittsfield Firefighters Battling Stubborn...

Firefighters are battling a stubborn fire in a four-family home on...

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Pittsfield Firefighters Snuff Back-to-Back House...

Firefighters were back at the station with enough time "to eat a...

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Hinsdale Police Searching For Missing Woman

Police are asking for help locating a woman who went missing...

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Pedestrian Pinned Under Pickup Truck at Third...

A Third Thursday-goer was run over and pinned beneath a vendor...

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North Adams Airport...

The new administrative building at Harriman & West Airport is on...

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North Adams ZBA Approval Paves...

Plans for the redevelopment of the former Quinn's Paint &...

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Biz Briefs: MountainOne...

The significant investment of creating this new and improved...

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@theMarket: Markets Held Hostage by Trade &...

A day later, the administration walked back their ban, at least...

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The Independent Investor: Don't Take Loans From...

Nearly 3 out of 10 Americans borrow from their retirement plans. The...

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Pittsfield Firefighters Battling Stubborn...

Firefighters are battling a stubborn fire in a four-family home on...

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North Adams Recovery Center Leads With Peer...

The Beacon Recovery Center opened only eight short weeks ago but...

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Community Health Programs Taps New Board Member

Clancy is CEO of Celia Clancy Consulting and past CEO/president of...

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North Adams Addiction Recovery Center Holds Open...

The community center has open hours on Wednesdays from 10 to 2 at the...

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Letter: 2019 Zoning Articles Are a Step Forward...

The present bylaw amendments are modest, commonsense proposals that...

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Letter: Another look at Williamstown Warrant...

In my opinion, it is better for the Planning Board to reach for...

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Letter: Williamstown Planning Board Election

Perhaps more townspeople will just say "No" to the progressing...

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Harry's Supermarket

Harry's Famous Old Fashioned Barrel Corn Beef and Cooked and Fruited Hams Pittsfield, Ma 442-9084

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NSF Honors 13 Williams Students and Alumni

In addition, the NSF has awarded honorable mentions to three Williams...

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Greylock Names New Senior Vice President

Riordan joined Greylock in 2017 as the vice president of human...

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BFAIR Hires Director of ABI/MFP, Director of...

Both positions are filled by veterans in the human services industry...

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A & E

'John Wick: Chapter 3...

Adding insult to the societal injury movies like the John Wick...

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Long Island's Nine Days...

DPAM student Jayden Tower said the group has reformed after a...

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'Poms': Something to Cheer About

True, the formulaic manipulation is obvious. But that's what you sign on for, the tacit agreement you make to heartily invoke some suspension of disbelief in return for a healthy jolt of human spirit. click for more

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North Adams Council Accepts Library Gift, OKs Arts...

MaryAnn Abuisi, Gottwald's sister and former city clerk, said she had been considering for some time how to give something back the city. click for more

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Third Thursday Returns For 13th Year

The longstanding summer street festival Third Thursday returns this month. The event is held throughout the summer on North Street. The city's main thoroughfare is completely shut down and filled with vendors, food, music, and entertainment. It brings thousands of people to the city's downtown... click for more

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'Long Shot': Proves a Winning Bet

Pulling no punches in its hardly veiled muckrake of the current four-flushers down in Foggy Bottom, this delightfully quixotic confection, heir to the screwball comedies directors Frank Capra and Preston Sturges buoyed Depression Era audiences with, is shrewdly enjoyable. click for more

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North Adams Weekend Festival Features Music, Art...

The O-Positive Festival is set to kick off on Friday with two days of music, performance, art and health care. click for more

DINING Q&A

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Dining Q&A

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Tavern at The A Q&A

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