|1Berkshire Launch Youth Leadership Class Applications|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — 1Berkshire's Berkshire Youth Leadership Program (YLP) announced that it has relaunched and is accepting applications for the YLP class of 2022-2023.
The 1Berkshire Youth Leadership Program, open to all current sophomores in the Berkshires, selects a cohort of up to 30 motivated students from all
|Green Future Planned for Former Hess Station in Pittsfield|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city plans to turn the blighted former Hess station into green space that aligns with other improvement efforts on Tyler Street.
A purchase-and-sale agreement is currently in the works for Pittsfield to buy the property, which includes a small building on the paved lot. The site will be cleared in conjunction
|Price Chopper/Market 32 Campaign Supports Disabled Veterans|
ERLANGER, Ky. — Price Chopper/Market 32 has completed its round-up campaign benefiting DAV (Disabled American Veterans).
The campaign, which ran throughout November, raised more than $78,000 to support DAV and its mission of service and support for disabled veterans and their families. The campaign took place in over 100
|Dalton Town Hall Won't Reopen Until Case Count Drops to 25|
Health Agent Jayne Smith talks case counts in a virtual meeting of the Dalton Board of Health.
DALTON, Mass. — Town Hall will not reopen until Dalton's COVID-19 case count is 25 or less, the Board of Health reaffirmed on Monday.
There are more than 100 cases in the community with almost 70 occurring in the last seven
|Pittsfield Swears in New City Council, School Committee|
Mayor Linda Tyer took the opportunity to give her state of the city address. She is halfway through her second four-year term.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Linda Tyer, halfway through her second term, welcomed the incoming City Council and School Committee at Monday's biennial inauguration and looked back at what has
|Governor Says Schools Will Remain Open|
SALEM, Mass. — Gov. Charlie Baker gave no indication that the schools will go remote this year despite the rising cases of COVID-19.
Speaking at Saltonstall School early Monday morning, the governor noted that his administration has "aggressively partnered" with schools across the state to ensure they could safely
|MountainOne Acquires Cross Insurance|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — MountainOne Insurance Agency announced that it recently acquired Cross Insurance in Pittsfield.
This acquisition effectively makes MountainOne Insurance the largest agency headquartered in the Berkshires in terms of clients under management. MountainOne plans to retain the entire Cross Insurance
|RMV Extending Use of State-Owned Vehicles for Road Testing into 2022 |
BOSTON — The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) announced the agency will continue with the use of Commonwealth-owned vehicles for Class D road testing services through April 30, 2022 and has delayed the return to the use of private passenger vehicles for road tests.
Due to the pandemic and health and safety
|Greylock Promotes Nowicki to Assistant Vice President|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union has promoted Kaci Nowicki to Assistant Vice President, Residential Lending.
She started with Greylock in 2013 as a mortgage closer.
"Kaci is ready for this," said Vice President, Mortgage Originations Manager Tara McCluskey. "I have no
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