BCC Spring Semester Starts Jan. 23

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) begins its spring semester Monday, Jan 23, 2022.
A variety of learning options are offered, including in-person, online and hybrid. Prospective students may register any time online, or attend a free registration day on Saturday, January 21 from 8 am to noon. Prospective students can walk in without an appointment, apply and be instantly accepted to the College. Financial aid assistance will also be provided. 
"We're so excited to welcome the community to our transformed campus," said Adam Klepetar, Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. "It's filled with an energized team of faculty and staff who are happy to work with BCC students and to show off our many redesigned and cutting-edge spaces." 
Included in the transformed spaces is the One Stop Enrollment Center, a warm and welcoming space that consolidates the offices of admissions, advising, new student registration, financial services and student records. Other new or renovated spaces include the Berkshire Science Commons, Learning Commons, Susan B. Anthony Lounge, Burke's Café, Berkshire Culinary Institute, a recording studio, a Mac lab and nursing labs. 
Newly offered this spring is an associate degree in mechatronics, a field that combines electronics and mechanical technologies. 
To learn more about applying to BCC, view a course catalogue or schedule a tour, visit www.berkshirecc.edu/spring

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Pittsfield Man Arrested For Drug Trafficking

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Robert Brady, age 40 of Pittsfield was arrested for the distribution of cocaine following an investigation conducted by Officer Brennon Stockton and members of the Pittsfield Police Department.
As part of the investigation, Pittsfield Police initiated a motor vehicle stop on Feb. 2, at South St. in Pittsfield, Brady was found to have three bags of cocaine, $506.00 of cash, and a key for room 110 at the Knights Inn located in Lenox.
The Pittsfield Police Department subsequently executed a search warrant in Lenox at the Knights Inn where two additional bags of cocaine amounting to 93 grams with a street value of $9300.00 were discovered in addition to packaging materials, a digital scale, and two cell phones.
Brady has been charged with Drug Trafficking 36-100 grams of a class B substance (Crack-cocaine) He was held on $100,000 bail on this matter. His bail was revoked and then held without the right to bail due to a previous charge of distribution of cocaine subsequent offense on Nov. 4, 2022, which is pending. 
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