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County Democrats Celebrate Biden-Harris Presidential Win
Mayor Linda Tyer speaks of Berkshires native Susan B. Anthony's efforts on voting rights that helped lead to the election of Kamala Harris as the first woman vice president.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — It was a day late, but county Democrats rallied on Sunday to celebrate the election of their presidential
Pittsfield Schools Report Case of COVID-19
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A staff member at Conte Community School has tested positive for COVID-19. Children and staff in the exposed classroom will isolate by going to remote; the school will remain open.    According to a release on Sunday from interim Superintendent Joseph Curtis, the Pittsfield Public Schools were
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Holiday Hours: Veterans Day
U.S. Veterans Affairs An image of the 353rd Infantry in France taken two minutes before the armistice ending World War I went into effect. Veterans Day falls on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and will be observed as a state and federal holiday. The federal holiday is to commemorate the service of the nation's military veterans
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Naumkeag Announces Third Annual Winterlights Event
STOCKBIRDGE, Mass. — Winterlights, an immersive holiday light display, will be returning for its third year at properties of the Trustees of Reservations beginning Thanksgiving weekend. This event has attracted tens of thousands of people and is a tradition for many. Winterlights will be held at two of the Trustees' beloved
Two Popular Restaurants Temporarily Closed Due to COVID-19
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — With the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases in Berkshire County, two well-frequented restaurants have temporarily shut their doors because of exposure to the virus.     Both said they wanted to be transparent to their customers and staff about what had happened.   Owner of the Olde
@theMarket: Markets Enjoy a 'Biden Bounce'
The nation spent most of the week wondering who won the presidential elections. While lawsuits, protests, and dueling press conferences occupied the airwaves and internet, global stock markets spent the time discounting the results. Have markets already picked the winner?   A Joe Biden win, with a Democrat House, and a
Pittsfield Seeing Spike in COVID-19 Cases
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Nearly three-quarters of the new COVID-19 cases detected in the Berkshires over the past two weeks have been in Pittsfield.    Pittsfield health officials are attributing the rise in numbers mainly to large private gatherings, including house parties and group dining at
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State Changes COVID Color Codes to Reflect Test Positivity Rate
BOSTON — The Baker Administration is changing the way it decides how municipalities are categorized as red, yellow or green for COVID-19 transmission and continuing its push to have public schools prioritize in-person instruction.   On Friday, Gov. Charlie Baker and Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou
Tyer's Home Improvement Initiative Endorsed by Council Subcommittee
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Linda Tyer's At Home in Pittsfield Initiative — freed from election year politics — is headed to City Council with the endorsement of its Community and Economic Development subcommittee.   The panel voted unanimously Wednesday to approve using $500,000 from the General Electric
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The Retired Investor: Polling Business Takes a Body Blow
There has been one clear loser thus far in the outcome of the 2020 presidential elections and it is not the candidates. The polling industry has gotten it wrong twice in a row. Can the industry survive that kind of mistake?   As votes across the nation continue to be counted, the pollsters and the media, which count on those
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