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AT&T Withdraws Keeler Street Cell Tower Plans in Pittsfield

City Planner CJ Hoss told the Historical Commission on Monday that the telecommunications company withdrew the application to install the 150-foot tower on the historic mill's campus.

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Pittsfield Preparing Morningside Fire Station RFP

The City Council on Tuesday heard from Paula Messena during public comment who said she and her partner Scott Graves were interested in developing the long vacant fire station.

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Adams' Commercial Street School Demolished

More than 100 years of history came crashing down on Monday morning as the former Commercial Street School was demolished.

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North Adams City Council Approves Potential Sale of Mohawk

The approval came with a caveat: Any bid documents should contain the language "shall maintain the historic integrity of the marquee in perpetuity."

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Clinton Church Restoration Hires Project Architects

The New York City-based firm, headed by architect Mario Gooden, is one of the few African-American architectural firms in the country.

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Porch Wraps Up, Phase 2 Exterior Work on Deck for Springside House

The renovation of the Springside House will continue this summer, some five years after efforts to bring the historic mansion back up to snuff began in earnest. Next up, he plan is to finish the exterior - complete with new clapboards, trim, windows, and soffits. The project will fully complete three years worth of exterior work and officials will then turn their eyes toward the interior.

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North Adams Planners Approve Plans for Eagle Street Hotel

The vote to give Michael Gazal and Veso Buntic of Long Island, N.Y., operating as Eagle Street Holding LLC, a special permit for a change of use to convert the building into a contemporary 27-room hotel was unanimous, but it came with one contingency: that the hotel be responsible for preventing guests from double-parking while checking in.

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Historic Eagle Street Building Eyed for Hotel Conversion

Plans drawn up by Barry Berg Architect of Brooklyn, N.Y., would create 27 double-occupancy rooms of varying size, each with private bath, in the 3,330 square-foot building. The two storefronts are envisioned to become restaurant and bar spaces.

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North Adams Library's Tower Needs Help

A recent energy audit conducted by Tighe & Bond raised some red flags. Hackner said the belvedere has been a concern of hers for a long time and that it is not weather tight.

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