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.
On Wednesday, a million-dollar winning Powerball ticket was sold at the A Mart at 524 North St.
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.
Most people view the Pittsfield Family YMCA as strictly a "swim and gym," according to CEO and executive director Randy Kinnas.
Simma Krantz, 5, and her brother, Emmett, 7, do some square dancing during Third Thursday events in Pittsfield.
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.
The Berkshire Sail and Power Squadron, a unit of the U.S. Power Squadron, will be offering free boat inspections on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Onota Lake Boat Ramp and on Saturday, June 1, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pontoosuc Lake boat ramp.
Though no one won last night's Powerball jackpot, two individuals who purchased Powerball tickets at Pittsfield and Andover convenience stores have won the game's second-tier prize of $1 million, the Massachusetts Lottery said.
Several skeptical members of the GE Housatonic Citizens Coordinating Council have challenged official assurances that no PCB-laden sediment and soil removed from the river south of Pittsfield will be deposited in a South Berkshire landfill.
Though he speaks very little Hindi, Jeff Kleiser knows a film's special-effects scene looks and sounds the same in any language.
A 48-year-old man was acquitted on a charge of rape on Wednesday, but will be serving a year in jail and two years of probation for the aggravated assault and battery of a woman with whom he was in a relationship.
The Civitan Club of Pittsfield recently held its seventh annual "Soup-Fest" in collaboration with 21 area restaurants and culinary programs.
A suspect in an extensive series of break-ins and jewelry thefts in Lenox and neighboring communities is being held without bail after pleading not guilty on Wednesday to new charges that include burglary, drug possession and larceny.
Following its successful debut in 2012, Circle the Square is pleased to announce its sophomore season bringing live entertainment back to Medford Square.