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The Bianchi administration is considering a property tax amnesty program and more aggressive follow-up on tax title cases in a bid to reduce the rising total amount of overdue taxes.
Sitting cross-legged at Pittsfield-based Radiance Yoga, which he co-owns with business partner Gillian Gorman, he says yoga stripped of the avant guarde forms is a portal for "mental, physical, spiritual" well-being.
Within two weeks, a transitional shelter expects to add 10 more emergency beds for the winter as Pittsfield develops longer range solutions to help the community's homeless.
A man police say launched a wine bottle at a customer in an altercation at a liquor store this summer was sentenced to 15 months in jail.
The Gospel Gang, a contemporary Christian/gospel choir, along with The Messengers, a men's gospel quartet, will present a "Gospel Christmas" to benefit the Emergency Oil Fund of the PACC and the Emergency Assistance Fund of Construct Inc. of Great Barrington.
Finding the right way to handle parking in downtowns is a thorn in the side of municipal officials.
When Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts student Brendan Peltier was a senior in high school, he applied to only private colleges.
The Christian Center and St. Helena's Chapel in Lenox are seeking donations for the center's second annual Children's Holiday Party.
The Board of Health will conduct a public flu clinic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, at St. Charles Church Parish Center, 89 Briggs Ave. There is no co-pay or deductible required for this immunization.
The fourth annual Cop on Top returned to Walmart on Friday with the goal of raising more than $55,000 for the Special Olympics.
Despite the snow, rain and temperatures just above freezing, Pittsfield Police Officer Sean Klink had no plans on seeking comfort anytime soon.
The Eagle Santa Fund is under way and its goal is to raise $45,000 to make the holiday season brighter for local children.
This Farm House is being offered as a Short Sale. Priced $55,000 under the assessed value, it is priced to sell.
Collegiality marked the night this past Monday as six school committee candidates gathered for their lone joint appearance.
A $45,000 donation from Berkshire Health Systems will secure emergency shelter services in Pittsfield for the coming winter, Mayor Daniel L. Bianchi and other officials announced Friday.
It may not qualify for red-carpet treatment just yet, but there seems to be a welcome mat out for the proposal to relocate the proposed 92-room, four-story Courtyard by Marriott hotel project from Pittsfield's Dan Fox Drive to vacant land on the Brushwood Farms retail complex across from Lenox Commons.