|Pittsfield's Public Safety Advisory Committee To Get Fresh Start|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Public Safety Advisory Committee is going to get a fresh start.
The committee is successor of the Police Advisory Committee, which was re-formed in 2012. Last year, the committee was expanded to include all of public safety.
But that was before the election that ushered in a change of
|Love Rekindled in Local Author's 'Save the Last Dance'|
The book is available at Water Street Books and through Amazon, which has a number of good reviews posted.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A reconnection between long-lost teen sweethearts has inspired a modern-day epistolary novel.
But rather than writing pages of snail-mail love letters, Adam Wolf and Sarah Ross in
|Hinds Release Energy & Jobs Platform|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Democratic candidate for state Senate candidate Adam Hinds has released his platform on energy and environmental priorities, with a plan to create jobs, save money for cities and towns, individuals, and businesses, and to establish the region as a leader in the green industry, while maintaining its identity as a leader
|New York Style Italian Eatery Opens in Downtown Pittsfield|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Growing up in Brooklyn, N.Y., Frank "Maurice" Savino loved the small Italian eateries, where the chef knew his name, what he liked, and always had something new on the menu.
When he moved to the Berkshires a decade ago, that intimate setting is something he missed. So last month, he
|Pittsfield Post 68's Regional Run Ends in No-Hitter|
BRISTOL, Conn. -- Shrewsbury, Mass., southpaw Alexander Black pitched a no-hitter Friday to end Pittsfield Post 68's run at the American Legion Baseball Northeast Regional.
Black struck out three and walked three to earn the victory and keep his team alive in the losers bracket of the double-elimination
|Crane Donates Jericho Woods Conservation Group|
DALTON, Mass. — Crane & Co. has donated 126 acres of woodlands, known as Jericho Woods, to the Berkshire Natural Resources Council.
The Jericho Woods property spans the communities of Dalton and Hinsdale, and has been protected by Crane and the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife under a Wildlife Conservation
|Mount Greylock Student Leads Project for Lanesborough Holiday Tree|
Samantha Trybus hopes the 10-foot tree will grow into a symbol for the community to gather round.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Samantha Trybus had a vision.
The associate member of the Conservation Commission and Mount Greylock Regional School student believed that Lanesborough needed a symbol of unity in the town.
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