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The most recent data shows that there are 1,143 jobs available in Berkshire County ranging from sales to health care to engineering to maintenance.
And yet, there are thousands of people unemployed. Shortly after state Sen. Adam Hinds was elected he asked MassHire Berkshire Workforce Board... click for more
Investors were greeted on Friday with two nasty surprises. Both occurred in February. Chinese exports dropped by 20.7 percent, while in the U.S., the nation added a dismal 20,000 jobs. As you might expect, the stock market did not take the news well.
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Berkshire County Arc has promoted Sonja Stewart to director of Family Support and Advocacy and hired David Singer as director of Marketing and Communications, a redesigned position. Both will join the agency's administration team. click for more
The Rusty Anchor is looking to take a page out of Proprietor's Lodge book by shuttling people to events.
Scott Graves, the owner of the members-only club on Pontoosuc Lake, in the former boathouse formerly owned by the YMCA, renovated its second-floor last year and is now looking to host events there.
In an announcement made Monday morning, President David R. Evans cited declining enrollment, financial pressure, and adverse action by the college's regional accreditor concerning institutional resources.
Downtown Pittsfield Inc. reported to the City Council Tuesday that it had another positive year.
President Jesse Cook-Dubin said while the ebb and flow of the business cycle had seen some businesses leave downtown, the downtown also welcomed a number of new ones and have retained some.
Those who spent the last two years working on the Berkshire Flyer project are anxious to see how 2,600 new visitors to the Berkshires each summer will bolster the economy.
The plan eyes to create a passenger rail service from New York City to Pittsfield, departing Penn Station on Friday afternoon and returning Sunday afternoon, throughout the summer. The goal is to bring a new group of visitor's to the area.
A potential ban on single-use plastic bags was against delayed Tuesday night after the City Council appeared gridlocked on a few details.
The proposals to eliminate the bags primarily used at the grocery store checkout has been nearly six years in the making since Attorney Rinaldo Del Gallo first petitioned for it in conjunction with a ban on styrofoam. The two were uncoupled and in 2015 the City Council passed a ban on Styrofoam food containers.
The Selectmen are looking to address the condition of the Police Station, which grew in urgency after the town's insurance company called for it to be vacated, and that Route 7 property is a potential.
After six months of work, the Berkshire Flyer subcommittee has an action plan to operate rail service from New York City to Pittsfield.
The plan calls for 20 weeks in the summer of passenger rail trips bring people from New York City on a Friday afternoon and home on Sunday. It is hoped to provide a significant boost to the region's tourism economy. The Department of Transportation previously did a feasibility study and agreed it would be worthy of a pilot.
Lipton Mart on Elm Street is looking to demolish a residential home on Livingston Avenue for more parking.
The company purchased the 1,200 square-foot home at 11 Livingston and is looking to add a half dozen new spaces. The Zoning Board of Appeals granted a permit for the work on Wednesday.
Fast-forward three years later and The Media Stick wins "Best Marketing Effort" at the 2019 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. It was one of only three honors awarded at the Inventors Spotlight, hosted by the United Inventors Association.
Wayfair has finalized a lease in the Clocktower Building and expects to move in this fall.
Spokeswoman Molly Delaney said on Friday that the lease has been finalized at 75 South Church Street in building three. The company will occupy 40,000 square-feet.