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1 hr ago | North Adams Transcript
The presents are beginning to pile up in the Berkshire Community Action Council's North County satellite office, but "elves" are still needed to sponsor more than 100 children.
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5 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
The Nov. 30 Berkshire Eagle editorial titled "Troublesome anachronism" is deserving of a response from the member of the Governor's Council representing Western Massachusetts.
Peter E. Bell has resigned after nearly 15 years of directing the Boys & Girls Club of Pittsfield, the club's board of directors announced in a press release Monday.
Classic center-hall Colonial in a desirable Southeast Pittsfield neighborhood features grand rooms that exude turn-of-the-century character with original woodwork, three sets of French doors and many built-in bookcases and hutches.
A man snatched the purse of a 73-year-old woman on McKay Street near the Beacon Cinema on Monday evening, and police are asking the public for help catching him.
Verizon is hoping the Legislature will reverse monopoly laws that the telecommunications company says puts it at a competitive disadvantage.
Two pumps that failed over the weekend at the town's wastewater pumping station on New Lenox Road went back online early Tuesday afternoon following an unexplained discharge, according to Public Works Superintedent Sean Van Deusen.
Pittsfield and three towns in the county have received grant funding under the state's Recreational Trails Grant Program, which this year provided $1,023,284 for 32 projects statewide.
Larry "Smitty" Green, 20, of Willard Avenue, had about an ounce of marijuana, which was packaged for sale, along with about $200 in cash, when he was arrested on the murder warrant last Dec. 22 in a Pittsfield apartment.
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The Western Regional Office of the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts has announced the formation of a focus group to explore the needs of adult men with brain injury living in the Berkshires.
Barker Road Fire Station; Peck's Road Fire Station; Hubbard Avenue ; and Williams Street Plaza.
The Taconic Hiking Club is registering for "End to End," a 29-mile endurance challenge along the Taconic Crest Trail, scheduled for Saturday, May 17, beginning at Pittsfield State Forest.
The Berkshire Veterans Coalition will be honoring Pearl Harbor Day with a ceremony starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Peace Memorial on Veterans Way off South Street.
Pittsfield Municipal Airport in Western Massachusetts officially cut the ribbon on its extended Runway 8-26, a $22.5-million project a long time in the making.