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Reproductive Rights Rally Held on 50th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade
Pittsfield, Mass. — Community members joined nationwide standouts on Sunday to mark 50 years since the now-overturned Roe v. Wade decision secured reproductive rights.   In a post-Roe society, many fear that all freedoms are at stake.    Greylock Together co-founder Jessica Dils recounted marching for
Pittsfield School Panel Supports 'Culture & Community' Course
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield High School educators would like to offer a pilot course that covers diverse life experiences, and on Wednesday the curriculum subcommittee supported "Culture and Community."   The one-semester course is designed to provide students with language and skills to understand their own
Colonial Gardens Without Water Due to Private Line Water Main Break
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Colonial Gardens residents are on day two without water due to a water line break that occurred Sunday morning, Jan. 22.    Repairs were delayed Sunday because of unforeseen soil stability issues that made it difficult to complete the repairs safely and without
BCArc Names Executive Vice President
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — BCArc has named Sonja Haecker, Ed.D, Executive Vice President. In this new position she will oversee the Agency's Community Services programs, including Adult Family Care Program, Family Support & Advocacy, Employment & Vocational Services, Day Habilitation programs, and Community-Based Day Services. She
Berkshire Athenaeum to Host Community Health and Wellness Fair
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield's public library, will be hosting a free community health and wellness fair on Tuesday, Jan. 24.    The fair will be held noon-3 p.m. in the library's auditorium.   Representatives from Berkshire Harm Reduction, Berkshire Health Systems,
Adams Community Bank Donates to Local Nonprofits
ADAMS, Mass. — Adams Community Bank (ACB) ended 2022 with a donation of $75,000  to local food pantries, food banks, and fuel assistance programs.   ACB's Senior Vice President of Communications and Community Engagement Maureen Baran presented donations to several Berkshire County nonprofits.   Adams
Pittsfield Cultural Council Seeks to Make Public Art Guide
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Pittsfield Cultural Council is looking to create a guide to the city's public art for locals and tourists alike.  On Wednesday, the panel voted in favor of the project after it was suggested by member Abigail Allard. They agreed that this would be a great resource if it is feasible.  "I
Market 32 Campaign Raises $70Kfor Disabled American Veterans
SCHENECTADY, NY. — Price Chopper/Market 32 concluded its November fundraising campaign benefiting Disabled American Veterans (DAV), during which customers were encouraged to round up their totals at the register.    $70,400 was raised to directly benefit veterans and their families.   "Disabled American
1.5 Million Meals Donated to Food Banks from Big Y
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Big Y's annual Sack Hunger campaign provides funds for the four food banks within their 2 state marketing area.    In turn, these food banks support local soup kitchens, food pantries, senior food programs, daycare centers and many others of the 2,100 member agencies that they help every day.
Crosby Students Have Winning Name for MassDOT Snowplow
The name will be a decal on the side of the truck this winter season. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Look out for the Flurry Fighter this winter season.    The name submitted by fourth-graders at Crosby Elementary School was selected for one of 12 state highway trucks by the state Department of
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