Polling Stations in Berkshire County

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Polls are open in Massachusetts from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for state & federal elections, including primaries; municipal election times vary.

Where to vote:

Adams: Department of Public Works garage, North Summer Street
Becket: Town Hall, Main Street
Cheshire: Community Senior Center, 119 School St.
Clarksburg: Senior Center, Cross Road
Dalton: Community Center, Main Street
Egremont: Fire station, Egremont Plain Road
Florida: Town Office, 379 Mohawk Trail
Great Barrington:

  • Precincts A, C, D: Fire Station, 37 State Road
  • Precinct B: Housatonic Community Center, Main Street

Hancock: Hancock School, Route 43
Hinsdale: Town Hall, South Street
Lanesborough: Town Hall, 83 North Main St.
Lee: Crossway Village, 21 Crossway
Lenox: Town Hall, Walker Street
Monterey: Fire Hall, Main Road
Mount Washington: Town Hall, East Street
New Ashford: Town Hall, Mallory Road
New Marlborough: Town Hall, Mill River Southfield Road
Otis: Town Hall, North Main Street
Peru: Community Center, East Main Road


Richmond: Town Hall, State Road
Sandisfield: Old Town Hall, Silverbrook Road
Savoy: Senior Center, 720 Main Road
Sheffield: Town Hall, Depot Square
Stockbridge: Town Hall, Main Street
Tyringham: Town Hall, Main Road
Washington: Town Hall, Summit Hill Road
West Stockbridge: Village School, State Line Road
Williamstown: Williamstown Elementary School, 115 Church St. (Use the School Street lot & doors)
Windsor: Town Hall, Route 9

North Adams (Polls open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for municipal elections)

  • All five wards: St. Elizabeth's Parish Center

Pittsfield (Polls open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for municipal elections)

  • Ward 1, Precinct A: Reid Middle School, 950 North St.
  • Ward 1, Precinct B: Reid Middle School, 950 North St.
  • Ward 2, Precinct A: Morningside Community School, 100 Burbank St.
  • Ward 2, Precinct B: Somerset Fire Station, Somerset Ave.
  • Ward 3, Precinct A: Providence Court, 379 East St.
  • Ward 3, Precinct B: Egremont Elementary School, 84 Egremont Ave.
  • Ward 4, Precinct A: Herberg Middle School, 501 Pomeroy Ave.
  • Ward 4, Precinct B: Williams School, 50 Bushey Road
  • Ward 5, Precinct A: Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave.
  • Ward 5, Precinct B: Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave.
  • Ward 6, Precinct A: Columbus Arms Housing, 65 Columbus Ave.
  • Ward 6, Precinct B: Conte Community School, 200 W. Union St.
  • Ward 7, Precinct A: Fire Station, 54 Peck's Road
  • Ward 7, Precinct B: Capeless Elementary School, 86 Brooks Ave.

In Vermont, polling hours vary by town:

Pownal: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Pownal Center Fire Station off Route 7
Readsboro: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Readsboro Central School
Stamford: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Stamford School, Main Road

Updated:  October 31, 2019


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Pittsfield Officials Pick Taconic Grad for Empty School Committee Seat

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In a joint meeting of the School Committee and the City Council, Nyanna Slaughter was unanimously voted to serve the rest of former member School Committee member Dennis Powell's term expiring at the end of December.

Powell abruptly resigned last month over committee's choice for superintendent. 

Slaughter is the Central Massachusetts regional director for U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and as a Pittsfield native has "strong relationships with several children, families, elected officials, and community leaders in the city."

"I am a Black educated woman who is a confident, passionate, determined, organized leader and team player," she wrote in her letter of interest. "Joining the Pittsfield School Committee will allow me to continue to serve and engage our students in our community."

Also indicating interest was Karen Kaveney-Murray, who has worked in Pittsfield Public Schools as a translator, and Randy Farmer, who feels strongly about ensuring success for all students by implementing policies that focus on student achievement. Ward 4 Councilor Chris Connell nominated Farmer but the motion was not seconded.

Applicants Kathy Amuso, Avi Dresner, and Karen Lauzon withdrew and Farmer was a new addition, as his application through Google on May 3 was misplaced in the system.

Mayor Linda Tyer made the first motion to nominate Slaughter for the seat.

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