|Superior Court Briefs: Oct. 13 - Oct. 14|
Cases heard before Judge John Agostini on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Jonathan Kirchner, 33, of Pittsfield pleaded guilty to two counts of breaking and entering in the daytime, two counts of larceny from a building, two counts of receiving stolen property, and a single count of attempt to commit a crime.
He was ordered to
|Lenox National Bank, Adams Community Bank Complete Merger|
ADAMS, Mass. — The Lenox National Bank and Adams Community Bank completed their merger at the close of business on Friday, Oct. 16.
The former Lenox National Bank located at 7 Main St. in Lenox has reopened as a branch of Adams Community Bank.
“We plan to continue the Lenox tradition of strong community banking with local
|When Investing, Put Time On Your Side|
Now that we’re well into autumn, the days are getting noticeably shorter. The change in seasons reminds us that time is passing – and it’s important to use that time wisely.
When used well, in fact, time can be your greatest gift in many walks of life – and that’s certainly true when you invest.
|Pittsfield's At-Large Candidates Show Differences In Forum|
Six of the seven candidates seeking four seats debated at Berkshire Community College on Tuesday.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — If given a magic wand to change one thing in the city of Pittsfield, Melissa Mazzeo would give every resident a good paying job.
Peter White would do something similar, in
|Bianchi, Tyer Spar in BCC Debate|
Mayoral candidates Daniel Bianchi, the incumbent, and Linda Tyer, city clerk, met in their second one-on-one debate on Monday night at BCC.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Daniel Bianchi says the city's youth deserves better job opportunities than to stock shelves at a big-box
|Let's Go Paperless|
I would like to thank City Clerk Linda Tyer for agreeing to print out one less city council packet, as I have officially gone paperless for council meetings - which I hope will be a trend that can be extended throughout city government.
The bulky (and often, very bulky) city council packet that councilors use for a reference costs an average
|Berkshire Music School Kicks Off 2012 Classes With Open House|
January 29, 2011
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dozens of youths, many of them under the age of 5, attended an open house at the Berkshire Music School Saturday, as the educational nonprofit enters its 70th year at its 30 Wendell Avenue home.
The open house featured a sample class, access to musical instruments, information for parents,
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