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Last month's closing of North Adams Regional Hospital and other Northern Berkshire Healthcare operations did not appear to register on Berkshire County's March unemployment rate because the layoffs hit at month's end.
Spacious four bedroom Colonial in a convenient location. New roof, updated electrical, fresh paint and all new light fixtures.
Half the jurors needed in the triple murder trial of David Chalue have been seated as of 1 p.m. today.
A Pittsfield man who is awaiting trial on charges he struck his nephew was arrested on Monday evening after allegedly using a wrench during a fight.
Two men were held overnight after being charged with breaking into a vacant home and stealing copper pipes and wires.
The regular meeting of the city's Common Council 123 years ago, was, according to the July 9, 1891, Berkshire County Eagle, "of short duration, and little business of import was transacted."
Beautiful, newer home over looking mountains. Minuets from Mass Pike and downtown.
The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will offer a bachelor of science degree in business administration this fall as a degree completion program, an option for adult learners interested in completing their degree in an accelerated time period.
At least one manufacturer, described as a "serious contender" to make railcars for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, remains interested in setting up its facility in the Berkshires, officials say.
As hard as it may be to fathom, the closing pains associated with the loss of the hospital go further than the sudden elimination of 530 jobs.
The majority of a temporary task force on Civil Service is leaning toward recommending the position of police and fire chiefs be taken out of the troubled system.
How many guys in the Sixties decided to buy cars with high-performance capabilities? Thousands, certainly.
By John Townes The public is invited to a Thursday, March 6 open house and a final public hearing at the Berkshire Athenaeum on a sweeping plan to guide the future of Berkshire County in terms of economic development, environmental sustainability, public and social services and many other aspects of local life.
Members of the Rotary Club of Pittsfield have spent the past week sharing the power of words.
Megan Whilden has no bigger fan than me. From the beginning, she has worked tirelessly to make sure that all the arts were well represented in Pittsfield, a town that dearly needed her talents and abilities.