|Taconic Students Fix Historic Eagle Flag-Topper From Veterans Park|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The copper eagle that was perched on the top of the flag pole in Veterans Memorial Park on South Street lost a wing. But, thanks to Taconic High School students, it is ready to soar again.
It was at a Veterans Day ceremony two years ago when City Councilor Melissa Mazzeo looked up and saw something was
|Medford Woman Killed in MassPike Accident|
LEE, Mass. — A Medford woman died after a one-car crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike on Monday morning.
The accident, which occurred in the westbound lane near the 13.6 mile marker in Lee, was reported at 7:48 a.m.
Bernadette D. Murch, 53, the operator and only occupant of the vehicle, was transported
|Biz Briefs: Two Pittsfield Businesses Get Help to Grow|
There they grow: The city of Pittsfield has fully supported two local businesses, Modern Mold and Tool and Shire City Herbals, which were recently awarded tax incentives through the state's Economic Development Incentive Program to facilitate expansion projects in the city. The businesses were among 13 companies across the commonwealth
|Berkshires Beat: St. Stan's Sendings Soccer Balls, Legos to Haiti|
To Haiti with love: Students in St. Stanislaus Kostka School in Adams presented soccer balls and Lego sets to Holly Palardy for children living in rural Haiti. Palardy is the assistant director of the Haiti Plunge, a mission founded by Sister Eunice Tassone through the Cote Center 30 years ago. Money for this gift was raised by the students
|Retired Pittsfield Firefighter Saves Two Dogs From Burning Home|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When retired firefighter Matthew Kudlate returned to his New Hampshire Avenue home Monday afternoon, he noticed black smoke billowing from his neighbor's house. That's when his instincts kicked in.
"I was just out for a drive, I pulled up to the house and there was heavy black smoke pouring
|Mike Cirullo To Seek Pittsfield's Ward 1 Council Seat|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mike Cirullo plans to seek the Ward 1 City Council seat, setting up a race.
Cirullo announced his intentions on Thursday to seek the seat being vacated by Lisa Tully, who opted not to run for re-election. The 35-year-old business agent for the workers union at General Dynamics is the second person to
|Local Skiers Compete in Quebec|
MONT-TREMBLANT, Quebec -- Two local junior skiers Sunday wrapped up a successful weekend at the Can-Am Under-14 event at Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort.
Tait Kline, who skis for Jiminy Peak, and Michael Mansfield-Allessio, who attends Pittsfield High and skis for Berkshire East, represented their respective clubs at the event, which
|Identity of Body Found Saturday in Pittsfield Released|
Updated with new information at 7:12 p.m.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The body of a 22-year-old Pittsfield man was discovered in a trash roll-off behind a Tyler Street business late Saturday afternoon, according to the Berkshire district attorney's office.
Investigators believe that Louis E. Ely, of Briggs Avenue,
|Why I Run: Pittsfield Woman Raising Money For Rare Genetic Disorder|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — When Meaghan Rogers wakes up in the morning she has to take 20 pills. Then 20 more at lunch. And 20 more at dinner.
She's on a strict diet, has to purchase specific foods, and has to drive to Albany, N.Y., to consult with doctors every couple of months. The Pittsfield resident was born with the rare
|@theMarket: New Quarter, New Market|
As traders and institutions put to bed the first quarter, several concerns loom large in the weeks ahead. How things play out over that time period will have important implications for the averages, given that they are not far from their all-time, historical highs.
What will the Fed do in May? Will Washington pursue tax cuts and
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