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Lenox Residents Encouraged to Bring Storm Debris to Compost Site
LENOX, Mass. — The compost site at wastewater treatment plant on Crystal Street will open on Saturday from 9 to noon for the disposal of any debris from the on July 12 storm.    The Department of Public Works is closing Reservoir Road intermittently this week for tree work.   The National Weather Service in
Lanesborough Planning Board Reorganizes
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — The Planning Board welcomed its new member Leanne Yinger on Monday.    During the meeting, the board voted to have Gwen Miller as the new chair after Jeff DeChaine decided not to run for another 5-year term.   Miller has been on the Planning Board since 2017 and received her
State Lawmakers Push for Medicare For All
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Some state legislators argue that passing Medicare for All in Massachusetts could lead to a movement across the nation.   That was the topic of a roundtable discussion state Rep. Paul Mark led with state Sen. Jamie Eldridge of Acton and state Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa of Northampton at Methuselah Bar and
Pittsfield Historical Commission Holds Off on Demolition Delay
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Historical Commission is torn on a demolition delay application from Berkshire Theatre Group for a carriage house located behind the Thaddeus Clapp House. The panel decided to take some extra time with the application last week and will have a site visit to the structure. After BTG spent more than $1
Pittsfield Allocates $8.6M in ARPA Funds for Housing Initiatives
White Terrace Apartments, the scene of two major fires, will house 37 units of affordable housing depending on state funding support.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Linda Tyer has allocated $8.6 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding to address an issue that has become more prevalent since the COVID-19 pandemic: housing
Witchcraft Center and Store Opens on North Street
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Danielle Nichole Munn has opened Witch Slapped, bringing magic to North Street and providing materials, a workshop, a community room, a healing room, and events to anyone willing to learn or experience magic.   "Really, the idea is to create community and bonding and education, and allowing a place
12th Annual Dalton CRA Softball Wraps Up
DALTON, Mass. – Of the four age groups at the 12th annual CRA Softball Tournament, just one was won by a team from outside Berkshire County.   But even that team had a Berkshires flavor.   Drury High School junior Brooke Bishop went 4-for-4 with an RBI triple and three runs scored Sunday to lead the Brunswick,
Pittsfield American 11s Forced to Go on Road in Sectional Title Bid
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Little League American Division 11-year-old All-Stars lost its first game of the state sectional tournament on Sunday, losing to Longmeadow in five innings with a score of 3-6.   Now, they face a do-or-die game for all the marbles on Monday night.   Kydd Kearns was the lone
Goodwill Celebrates Grand Re-Opening in Allendale Shopping Center
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Eager shoppers were lined up around the side of Allendale Shopping Center for the Goodwill’s grand opening Saturday morning. "This child that you see, this beautiful store, a flagship store, it has taken thousands and thousands of hours for us to nurture this child," Senior Director of Supply Chain
Pittsfield's ROPE Program Guides Young Women to Success
Shirley Edgerton was presented Berkshire United Way's Daniel C. Dillon Helping Hands, Caring Hearts Award earlier this year for her community work. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Shirley Edgerton has been working diligently throughout her career to inspire and support individuals to be their best
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