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Six Squads Win Titles at Monument Cup
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. -- Hundreds of youth soccer players were at Monument Mountain Regional High School on Sunday for the annual Monument Cup 3-on-3 tournament.   Championships were decided in six different age groups after a day of round-robin play followed by finals on the varsity field.   In the 14-and-under
BCC Selected for Project Vision
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) is one of just thirteen two-year community colleges nationwide selected for Project Vision, a program supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF)'s Advanced Technological Education program.    The goal of Project Vision is to catalyze submissions of grant
Pittsfield Council Leaves Springside Pump Track Proposal to Parks Commission
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council on Tuesday grappled with the idea of taking on the Springside Park pump track proposal but ultimately, the majority decided that it is under the jurisdiction of the Parks Commission.   A petition from Ward 7 Councilor Anthony Maffuccio requesting to hold a public forum on the potential
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Veteran Spotlight: A Vietnam Diary, Part II
The following is the diary of a local Marine who served in Vietnam in 1968. The veteran wishes to remain anonymous but was willing to share the impressions he wrote down of his time there. This is the second of three parts as transcribed by Wayne Soares, with minor editing for clarity. The first part can be found
Pittsfield Community Preservation Panel Has $643K Budget For FY22
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city will be working with about $643,000 in Community Preservation Act funds in fiscal 2022 for projects that include historical preservation, open space and outdoor recreation, and affordable housing. The budget was originally around $743,000 but was reduced by $100,000 when the City Council approved an
Pittsfield Street Improvement Project Schedule: Sept. 20-24
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Please note the following work is scheduled for Sept. 20- 24, as part of the City of Pittsfield's 2021 Street Improvement Project.   The schedule is as follows: Monday, Sept. 20 – Tuesday, Sept. 21: removal of curbing and excavation on Gordon Street. Wednesday, Sept. 22: excavation
Freeman Center's 'Rise For Safety and Justice' Walks Aim to Represent All
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Elizabeth Freeman Center's annual fundraiser to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence has undergone a couple of changes to be more inclusive and fit the needs of the pandemic. The former "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event is now "Rise Together For Safety and Justice," a series
Civics Guide Launched in Honor of Late Pittsfield Mayor Ed Reilly
Karen Reilly, left, is presented with a declaration from the state House of Representatives by state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Former Mayor Edward Reilly was known for his ethical leadership and commitment to the school system as well as to the Berkshire Athenaeum.   On Constitution
Pittsfield Man Arrested After Stabbing Incident
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Police arrested Pittsfield man Joshua Lofink who was charged with Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon and Vandalizing Property.      Thursday, Sept. 17 at approximately 10:30 PM, Police received the report of a disturbance involving a motor vehicle crash and multiple stabbing victims in
@theMarket: Markets Enter the Danger Zone
It has been a bumpy week for stocks, and it could get worse if you believe the headlines of the financial press. The issue I see is that just about everyone is expecting a nasty period ahead for equities. That makes me somewhat bullish.   Calling short-term market moves in this environment is akin to fortune-telling. It is short on
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