|Fantastic four on the road for Soccer Domain Academy|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Soccer Domain Academy's travel teams managed four wins in five matches on the road around the commonwealth the weekend of Oct. 22 and 23.
From the outset, SDA controlled the game with greater amount of possession leading to a range of opportunities for SDA to score. The organized and
|Berkshires Beat: Cheshire Celebrates Halloween|
Spooktacular: The Cheshire Elementary School PTG hosted its annual Halloween Dance Party on Friday, Oct. 21, in the school auditorium. DJ Bob Heck of Bob Heck Entertainment played music and games with the kids. The kids danced and played the night away.
The Hoosac Valley Cheerleaders came and volunteered their time to help run the game and
|Western Mass Food Bank Sets Eyes On Root Causes of Hunger|
Those in attendance formed small working groups to discuss the most important causes to tackle, and then strategies to do just that.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Western Massachusetts Food Bank wants to do more than just provide emergency meals for those in need.
They want to dig deeper.
The group's task
|Quinto Wins Junior Golf Event at Waubeeka|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Under cloudy skies and cool fall temperatures, Kevin Quinto of Pittsfield High School Saturday won the American Junior Golf Association qualifier at Waubeeka Golf Links.
Quinto carded an even par 71 with three birdies and three bogeys.
South Windsor, Conn.’s, Jared Walter was
|Kiwanis' Park of Honor Program Continues to Grow |
Cheryl Tripp Cleveland and Jack Nogueira hosted the event.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Park of Honor keeps growing.
In its third year, the Kiwanis Club of Pittsfield has gotten even more flag sponsors and has filled Park Square and even expanded to a park in
|No on 2 Campaign Rallies in Pittsfield as Election Day Nears|
MTA President Barbara Madeloni said so far 'the 413 is no on 2.'
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Corporations and big business cannot buy public education.
That is the message that those opposing Question 2, a ballot initiative calling for raising the cap on charter schools by a dozen, is
|Pittsfield Keeping Eye on Overtime Budgets; Revenues Trending Fine|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city's Finance Department is closely tracking expense numbers for overtime and veterans programming, as those budget lines are trending at a higher rate of spending than allocated.
Director of Finance Matthew Kerwood provided an update on the city's budget Thursday night to the City
|Letter: David vs Goliath|
To the Editor:
My comments about the Massachusetts Senate race for our district: Berkshire, Hampshire, Hampden and Franklin).
I watched debates, read the articles, saw and heard local TV and radio appearances and have seen Facebook posts for both candidates. There are major differences between the two! Hurrah, a clear choice.
|Letter: Support Community Preservation Act|
To the Editor:
Becket passed the [Community Preservation Act] law in 2009. The projects that have been approved since passage are projects that otherwise would have been difficult for the town to fund in a timely manner. We passed the law after almost two years of public outreach and public hearings.
We have a 1.5 percent surcharge,
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