|Kennedy Headlines BCC Commencement|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Victoria Kennedy, attorney, advocate and the wife of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, will be the keynote speaker at Berkshire Community College’s 52nd Commencement Exercises.
Kennedy practiced law in the private sector for nearly two decades, with emphasis on federal and state regulation of domestic
|Motorcycle Group Aids Supportive Day Program|
The donation was presented by C.O.B.B. President Scott Tucker and received by Janie Hassigner, supportive day program coordinator.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A faint roar of motorcycles rumbled through the parking lot of the Ralph Froio Senior Center last Tuesday.
|Volunteer Park Cleanup Prompts Pittsfield To Do Same|
Volunteers cleaning up Springside Park on Saturday were 'shocked' at the city's untidy yard. After inquiries on Monday, workers began picking up debris that ringed the area. At left, orange plastic fencing that was lying on the ground was picked up by Tuesday.
|Music Video About the '413' Goes Viral|
This caught our eye this morning on Masslive.com: A story about "Dr. Westchesterson's" hip hop paen to the awesomeness of Western Mass.
Since dropping on YouTube last Friday, the catchy "413" has gone viral with nearly 58,000 hits.
Dr. Westchesterson claims to have fled Portland, Ore., after dispensing medical
|Pittsfield Settles Lawsuit Over Firefighter Promotion|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city has reached an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department over allegations it failed to promote a Navy reservist and Pittsfield firefighter, and by retaliating against him after he invoked his rights.
According to the Justice Department, the city will promote firefighter Jeffrey Rawson to lieutenant
|Barrington Stage Buys Former VFW For Performance Space|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Company has purchased the former Veterans of Foreign Wars post at 36 Linden St. on April 19 for $340,843.
The company has been using the building since 2008 for rehearsal and for performances as "Stage 2." It is about two blocks from the Main Stage at 30 Union St. and will be home for new
|MCLA Recognizes Three Berkshire County Educators|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — MCLA has announced the recipients of the second annual Berkshire County Educator Recognition Award.
The award, given by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in collaboration with Berkshire County K-12 superintendents, was created last year to honor the region’s exceptional teachers.
|Children's Agencies Push Prevention To Stop Abuse|
State and local officials and directors of the human service agencies gathered at City Hall to marke Child Abuse Prevention Month. Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier told them not to 'underestimate the power of the playgroup' or the power of their advocacy efforts.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. —
|BMC Surgeon Honored With Patient-Centered Award|
Dr. Marcella Bradway
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dr. Marcella Bradway, a colorectal surgeon at Berkshire Medical Center, received the 2012 Patient-Centered Physician Award.
The award is presented annually to a physician who exemplifies the philosophy of patient-centered
|Neal, Shein, Nuciforo Post Quarterly Fundraising Reports|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The striking contrast between Middle Berkshire Registrar of Deeds Andrea F. Nuciforo Jr. and U.S. Rep. Richard Neal in the most recent campaign finance reports is the "non-party" contributions (from PACs and organizations) to the race for the Democratic nomination for the 1st Mass District.
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