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Eight Displaced Following Fire in Pittsfield Building
The building is likely uninhabitable, which leaves eight people without a home. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Firefighters aggressively knocked down a fire in a Linden Street bedroom Monday afternoon.   Deputy Chief Thomas Sammons said that just before noon firefighters responded to 86 Linden Street where thick smoke
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Review: 'Lempicka' Beautifully Painted at Williamstown Theatre Festival
For the first few minutes of "Lempicka," the stunning world premiere musical at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, the music level was so assaulting, I wanted to wave a white flag of surrender as happened – perhaps apocryphally – during an early performance of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. But very soon thereafter,
World Breastfeeding Week: Support Nursing Mothers
CHP Family Services and South Berkshire WIC celebrate World Breastfeeding Week with a gathering on Thursday, Aug. 2, 10 a.m-noon, at Family Services, 444 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington. Children are welcome and refreshments will be served. RSVP to or call 413-528-0457. In a world filled with inequality,
Braintree Tops Post 68 at State American Legion Tourney
QUINCY, Mass. -- Braintree rallied for seven runs in the bottom of the second to take control of the game and hand Post 68 a 10-5 loss at the American Legion State Championship tournament.   Post 68 drops into the losers' bracket of the double elimination tourney, where it will face Shrewsbury on Monday
Scalise' Two-Out Double Completes Pittsfield AL Comeback in State Title Game
MILLBURY, Mass. -- Pittsfield’s Anthony Scalise took his marching orders from the competition in Sunday’s Massachusetts 12-Year-Old Little League Championship Game.   With two out and men on first and second and Danvers clinging to a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the sixth, the Eastern Mass squad chose to issue a free pass
Pittsfield Honors Armistice Day
Mayor Linda Tyer was the keynote speaker. PITTSFIELD, Mass. - Sandwiched between World War 2 and the Vietnam War, the Korean War has earned the nickname the "forgotten war" because it is often overlooked.   But 36,516 United States soldiers died fending off communist North Korea from its invasion of
Blake's Three Homers Power Pittsfield Americans at State Little League Tourney
MILLBURY, Mass. -- When Evan Blake steps into the batter’s box, his teammates’ chant -- the Little League equivalent of “walk-up music” -- is “Blake, the Beast.”   On Saturday, he proved them right.   Blake homered in his first three at-bats, the last a towering grand slam to left
Flynn Pitches Post 68 to Win at State Tournament
QUINCY, Mass. -- Jake Flynn struck out seven in 6-⅓ innings on the mound to lead the Post 68 American Legion baseball team Saturday to a 10-1 win over Sandwich in the first game of the state championship tournament.   Flynn scattered four hits before Hunter Potash went to the mound to finish up.   Ian Benoit
North Adams Police Warn Residents of Coyote Sightings
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — North Adams Police advise residents to be aware of intruding coyotes in their neighborhoods. The North Adams Police reported that they are aware of recent coyote sightings in the city and urge residents to secure their garbage and refrain from feeding them. received an email from a resident
Neal Delivers Grants To Pittsfield, North Adams Airports
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal talks with Airport Commissioner Thomas Sakshaug and Mayor Linda Tyer following the grant announcement.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The airports in both North Adams and  Pittsfield has seen a significant number of capital improvements in recent years. And now, officials in both cities
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