Pittsfield Police, Fire Respond to Man Found in Parking Garage

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A 30-year-old Pittsfield man found unresponsive in the McKay Street Parking Garage on Saturday was later pronounced dead.
Police were requested for a well-being check on the individual at about 8:10 a.m. on Saturday. Responding units found the unresponsive man  lying on the ground on the west side of the parking deck and called for assistance from the Fire Department and Action Ambulance.
The individual, whose name was not released, was transported by ambulance to Berkshire Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. This incident continues to be under investigation by members of the Pittsfield Police Detective Unit.
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Greylock and Credit Union of the Berkshires Agree to Merger

PITTSFIELD, Mass. – Greylock Federal Credit Union and Credit Union of the Berkshires (CUB), both of Pittsfield, have reached a definitive merger agreement subject to the approval of the CUB membership and regulatory agencies.
"We are pleased that Greylock and Credit Union of the Berkshires have reached this merger agreement," said Greylock President and CEO John L. Bissell. "We know that the credit union difference remains strong in Berkshire County. We look forward to completing the merger and
combining the resources of CUB and Greylock to help the community thrive."
With final approval of the merger, Greylock will assume CUB's nearly $23 million in assets.
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