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New State Program Grants Funding to Pittsfield Firehouse, Dalton Stationery Factory
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two area organizations have received nearly $900,000 in funding from the MassWorks Infrastructure Program.   CT Management Group has been awarded $250,000 for its development of the Tyler Street firehouse and Stationery Factory in Dalton is getting $630,000 to prepare space for
Pittsfield City Council Approves Economic Funds for New Brewery
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council last week approved a $140,000 allocation of the city's economic development funds for a new brewery in the Onota building on North Street. This boost will help Brooklyn, N.Y., transplants Mike Dell'Aquila and Sarah Real to open Hot Plate Brewing Co. in the corner venue. It will be a
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Dear Readers,, like many small local businesses, struggled through the pandemic. We understood that the local businesses that supported us with advertising through the years were having their own problems. And we knew that our readers were dealing with disruptions as well.  During that time, we did our best to keep
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Dalton Tax Rate Estimated to Drop by 4%
DALTON, Mass. — The Board of Selectmen on Monday voted for a single tax rate for residential and commercial properties. It was a quick and unanimous decision that did not yield much conversation. The estimated single tax rate for fiscal 2022 is $20.74 per $1,000 valuation, a nearly 4 percent decrease from last year's tax
Pittsfield Picks Veteran Employees as ARPA Fund Managers
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two familiar faces will be serving as the city's special projects managers for the $41 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. Director of Community Development Deanna Ruffer and former Director of Public Health Gina Armstrong will share the one full-time position as co-managers. Mayor Linda
Pittsfield & PCTV Team Up for Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield Community Television has teamed up with Pittsfield's Recreation Program to air a Virtual 2021 Holiday Tree Lighting.   "The holiday tree lighting is one of our most beloved and memorable occasions in the city of Pittsfield. Traditionally, it's the time of the year when we all gather
Briefs Around the County: Talks, Music, Books & More
'Mohican Nation in Williamstown' Williamstown Rural Lands is hosting a Zoom panel discussion on Thursday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. on the "Mohican Nation in Williamstown" with panelists Stockbridge-Munsee Community Historic Preservation Manager Bonney Hartley, Williams College professors Christine DeLucia and Margaux
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Springfield Diocese Adds New Name to Allegations Listing
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield has issued a quarterly update to the online listing of "Finding of Credibility of Allegations of Sexual Abuse of a Minor."   The update is part of the diocese's commitment to provide regular communications regarding safe environment
Former NYC Counsel Joins Cain Hibbard & Myers
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Cain Hibbard & Myers PC has hired attorney Brian T. Horan, a former counsel for New York City.   At Cain Hibbard, Horan will leverage his experience to benefit the firm's clients in commercial and employment disputes, government investigations, and other matters.  "Brian is an expert
Preview: Winterlights Returns to Illuminate Naumkeag
The Trustees' Brian Cruey says the mansion's gardens are illuminated by more than 150,000 LED lights. STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — The Trustees of Reservations' Winterlights is returning to Naumkeag for its fourth year.  The show is running from November 26 to January 9 and is currently 90 percent sold
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