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Pittsfield Veterans Remember Pearl Harbor in Annual Ceremony

Veterans Service Officer John Herrera on Monday led the annual remembrance ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Park on South Street to mark the anniversary of the Dec. 7 attack that lead to America's entrance into World War II.

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Pittsfield Honors Fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan With New Monument

The Berkshire Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial Committee raised near $50,000 to acquire the black granite marker that holds the names of Berkshire County residents who died serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Pittsfield Iraq/Afghanistan Memorial On Target To Be Unveiled Sep. 11

A monument honoring the five Berkshire County residents who died serving in Iraq and Afghanistan is still on track to be unveiled at Veterans Way Park on Sept. 11, the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

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Adams' Fallen Heroes Banners Line Park Street

"Banners for Fallen Heroes" is the endeavor of George Haddad and Selectman James Bush, who worked with volunteers and American Legion Post 160 to honor those from Adams who died in service for their country.

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Pittsfield Ceremony Brief But the Fallen Still Remembered

Instead, a truncated Memorial Day ceremony was recorded Monday morning for play Pittsfield Community Television.

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Pittsfield Parks Commission Approve New Veterans Memorial

The Parks Commission has signed off on an Iraq/Afghanistan Memorial monument to be installed in Veterans Way Park.

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Adams Group Wants Banners to Honor Fallen Heroes

"Banners for Fallen Heroes" would honor any service member from the town who died while serving their country as far back as World War I.

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North Adams Remembers Its 3,400 Fallen Veterans

Dozens of volunteers at Southview Cemetery braved the rainy day to set wreaths and speak the names of the veterans interred there or to simply say, "Thank you for your service."

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Clarksburg Preserves Memory of Fallen Vietnam Soldier

Peter A. Cook's comrades in arms have ensured that his name will not be forgotten within the town of Clarksburg.

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Clarksburg's Cook Memorial Field to Be Dedicated Saturday

Last fall, a large green sign proudly proclaiming it as the Pfc. Peter A. Cook Veterans Memorial Field was installed and a bronze plaque was installed on a nearby stone with the story of Cook.

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Dalton Bridge Dedicated to Wahconah Grad Mitchell Daehling

That connection with the town was given permanence on Saturday when the Old Windsor Road bridge over the Houstonic River was named the Spc. Mitchell K. Daehling Memorial Bridge.

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Berkshire County Reflects On Memorial Day

North Adams observed Memorial Day with the traditional parade from American Legion Post 125 to the Veterans Memorial with police and fire vehicles, veterans organizations, Boy and Girl Scouts and the Drury High School marching band.

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Lanesborough Honors Memorial Day With Parade, Ceremony

In World War 2, Lt. John Fox was directing the fire as the Americans were under attack from the Germans. He kept changing the directions as to where to fire until he called for heavy firing directly on his location.

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Adams American Legion Holds Mount Greylock Ceremony

For American Legion Post 160, this was at least its 85th pilgrimage to the summit to lay a wreath at the War Memorial for fallen comrades.

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