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Pittsfield: BCC physical therapist assistants to be pinned
Berkshire Community College will honor the 2013 graduates of the college's physical therapist assistant program earning an associate degree at a pinning ceremony on Wednesday, May 22.
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Jerry Miller wins seat on Tyringham Select Board
By a vote of 138 to 14, Miller defeated John Howard for a three-year term on the board during Monday's annual town election.
Mon May 20, 2013
Updated: Pittsfield man held on $10,000, another at-large in tobacco shop robbery
A 30-year-old city man police say robbed a Tyler Street tobacco shop on Sunday is being held on $10,000 cash bail, while a second suspect remains at large.
Locked in U.S. Senate seat battle, Gomez making visit to Pittsfield on Tuesday
Republican Gabriel Gomez is to make his second campaign swing to Berkshire County on Tuesday to rally support for his U.S. Senate campaign.
Milling work to resume along South Street in Pittsfield on Tuesday
Weather permitting, work will begin today to remove the top layers of pavement on a northerly section of South Street, as part of the $6 million reconstruction of the city's busiest road.
No challenge to traffic nightmare
Who is the advocate for public safety in Pittsfield? Despite numerous letters to the editor decrying the suicidal traffic conditions at the former Dr.
Another day, another school: A special report on student mobility
Third-grader Madison Moser participates in class at Savoy Elementary School, which had the highest 'churn' rate in Berkshire County -- 32 percent -- for the 2011-12 school year.
Pittsfield store robbed at knifepoint
City police late Sunday night were searching for two men who allegedly held up a store on Tyler Street at knifepoint earlier in the evening.
Sun May 19, 2013
Guitar Jam V: Berkshire musicians rock out for Newspapers in Education
Bernard Mack was ready for a trip down memory lane on Saturday night during Guitar Jam V at the Colonial Theatre.
'Staging' houses to make a saleable impression
Allison Crane creates speaces and uses her decorating skill to "stage" home interiors for sales.
First Fridays Artswalk energizes downtown Pittsfield
It's late on Friday afternoon and a small crowd has gathered at Mary's Carrot Cake on Union Street.
Teachers lead team approach to dealing with student churn
Michael Schaeffer, who teaches math at Brayton Elementary School in North Adams, says new students definitely change the dynamics of a classroom.
Town Players of Pittsfield: Reading auditions set
Town Players of Pittsfield is holding auditions Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 9 for a staged reading of "Cindy & Julie," a one-act comedy by Bruce Kane.
Sat May 18, 2013
Passetto, Marine whose life ended tragically, laid to rest in Lee
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Sgt. Edward S. Passetto was laid to rest on Friday morning, earning acknowledgment from God, his country and his local community.
Pittsfield man denies he held gun to the head of his child's mother
A 34-year-old man who police say pushed his way into a city residence, put a gun against the head of his child's mother and then fled with their son, is free on $1,000 bail after pleading not guilty to two felonies and a misdemeanor.
Tickets remain for Guitar Jam V in Pittsfield tonight
Tickets can still be purchased for Guitar Jam V, which will be held tonight at 8 at the Colonial Theatre.
Fri May 17, 2013
Pittsfield Family YMCA unveils strategic plan to meet community needs
Most people view the Pittsfield Family YMCA as strictly a "swim and gym," according to CEO and executive director Randy Kinnas.
Pittsfield shakes off winter blues at first Third Thursday
Simma Krantz, 5, and her brother, Emmett, 7, do some square dancing during Third Thursday events in Pittsfield.
Pittsfield: Christian Center offers children's activity, lunch on Saturday
The Christian Center will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, for its monthly Positive Project and lunch.