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'Be a Santa to a Senior' Returns for Holiday Season
'Be a Santa' trees are located in all three Stop & Shop stores in North Adams and Pittsfield, as well as Wild Oats in Williamstown and the Plant Connector in North Adams.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The "Be a Santa to a Senior" program has returned to Berkshire County, giving residents a chance to provide
Ward 3's Kevin Sherman Not Seeking Re-Election in 2023
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Ward 3 Councilor Kevin Sherman has decided to step aside in next year’s municipal election and leave room for new leadership. "I am not going to seek re-election," he announced on Thursday, a year out from the city's next election. "I threw my hat in the ring when [former Ward 3
City of Pittsfield Seeks Proposals for Human Services
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city of Pittsfield announced that applications are now available for funding to provide human services to benefit Pittsfield residents.    Funding is for the program year July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024.   Annually, the city undertakes a process through its Human Services Advisory
Pittsfield Rebounds From COVID Surges in Time for Thanksgiving
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city is recovering from the two COVID-19 surges that occurred this fall and is on the low end of the red incidence rate. "Right now what we're experiencing is the downfall of the two searches that we had this fall," Director of Public Health Andy Cambi reported to the City Council on
BCC Partners with Wayfair for Free Training Program
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Be Mass Competitive Program (BMCP) is now accepting applications for a specialized training cohort at Berkshire Community College (BCC) and Wayfair in Pittsfield.    The joint initiative includes free classes at BCC to learn the skills needed for a service consultant career with Wayfair, as well
Berkshire Cultural Institutions Welcome New Leadership
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire cultural leaders gathered at Barrington Stage Company's Wolfson Center to welcome the new leaders of three of Berkshire County's cultural venues on Tuesday night.  "As you can see, there are so many amazing things for us to look forward to. Sometimes when I think about the city of
Sand Piles Available for Pittsfield Residents
PITTSFIELD, Mass.— The Department of Public Services (DPS) announced that sand piles are available at three locations around the city for residential use.   These include the following sites:   • Highway Department front parking lot, 232 West Housatonic St. • Engine 5 Fire Station, 54 Pecks
Pittsfield Tax Rate Drops, Tax Bills Rise for Fiscal 2023
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — It took the City Council less than an hour on Tuesday to approve a split tax rate that will see the average homeowner's property tax bill increase 8 percent.   The residential rate for fiscal 2023 is $18.32 per $1,000 of valuation and the commercial, industrial, and personal property rate of
Motor Vehicle Accident in Dalton Sends 2 to BMC
DALTON, Mass. — A three-car accident in front of Cumberland Farms sent two people to the hospital on Tuesday evening.    Dalton first-responders and Hinsdale Police were called to 707 Main St., at Daly Avenue, at 5:21 p.m. for a crash involving two cars — a Toyota Corolla and a Kia sedan — and a GMC
Berkshire Athenaeum to host 'Digital Literacy for All' Course Series
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield's public library, will be hosting the "Digital Literacy for All" course series, with the upcoming installment focusing on computer basics on Tuesday, Nov. 29.   This month's course centers on navigating a computer, using applications, and managing
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