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BHS Testing, Vaccine Centers Put COVID-19 Vaccinations on Hold
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — With a significantly diminished demand, Berkshire Health Systems (BHS) will temporarily halt its COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the BHS Vaccine & Testing Centers in Pittsfield and North Adams, effective April 1.   A final pediatric COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be held at the Pittsfield center, 505
Pittsfield Parks Commission OKs Pickleball Facility Design
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pickleball plans at Springside Park have been scaled down to fit the $500,000 budget. On Tuesday, the Parks Commission approved a plan that includes six pickleball courts and a smaller parking lot. "What we're finding is that the eight-court facility was beyond the resources that we had in
Pittsfield Subcommittee OKs Draft Chicken Ordinance
Councilor at Large Karen Kalinowsky speaks in favor of the ordinance change for chickens.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city is closer to having an affordable fee for chicken keeping. On Monday, the Ordinances and Rules subcommittee supported a drafted ordinance that brings the cost of keeping six chickens from more than
'Assume Nothing' Discussion at the Athenaeum
PITTSFIELD, Mass.— March is National Reading Month and the Berkshire Athenaeum is participating in the Berkshire Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force's One Book, One Community county-wide read of "Assume Nothing: A Story of Intimate Violence."   The memoir was written by Tanya Selvaratnam about her
Warmer Temperatures With Rain Later This Week
Expect some spring-like weather this week. According to Accuweather, Today, Wednesday, March 22, Temperatures will near 60 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.   On Thursday temperatures will be a little cooler, and there will be some showers throughout the day.   On Friday expect cloudy skies with temperatures in the
Pittsfield Council to Tackle Snow Removal Designation
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — To plow or not to plow? That is what the City Council will determine after Commissioner of Public Services and Utilities Ricardo Morales recommended an ordinance to designate streets for snow removal. The Public Works subcommittee last week referred the request to the Ordinances and Rules subcommittee to start
Dalton Town Hall Renovations On Time, On Budget
DALTON, Mass.—The renovation off Town Hall is running on time and on budget, Building Grounds Superintendent Patrick Pettit told the Select Board on Monday night.    The construction team did have to shut down for a day because of last week's storm.    The building was expected to be completely
Driver Arrested in Accidents in Dalton, Pittsfield
Update for eyewitness information; and again at 5:40 p.m. for driver information.    PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A motorist who allegedly caused two accidents and led police on high-speed chase on Tuesday was to be charged in the incidents.    Police say Kevin Reale was operating with a suspended license when
Governor Names Director of Federal Funds and Infrastructure
BOSTON — Massachusetts Governor Maura T. Healey and Lieutenant Governor Kimberley Driscoll announced that they have named Quentin Palfrey as Director of Federal Funds and Infrastructure.    Palfrey is charged with working across all secretariats to drive the administration's competitive efforts around federal funding
Public Works Subcommittee Supports Pittsfield Road Paving Requests
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The subcommittee on public works said, "Pave the roads" on Thursday. A petition from Ward 2 Councilor Charles Kronick requesting the use of Chapter 90 funds for paving 10 roads was referred to Commissioner of Public Services and Utilities Ricardo Morales. A response is expected at the March 28 City
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