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The city of Pittsfield is located in the far western part of the state on the Housatonic River. The river was badly contaminated by a nearby GE factory throughout the later stages of the 20th century and is now a Superfund site and monitored by the EPA. Pittsfield was also the site of one the earliest famous car crashes where in 1902, President Roosevelt was thrown his car in a collision and his secret service agent killed.
Local Newspapers: The Berkshire Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Pittsfield American Defenders
Local Colleges: Berkshire Community College
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Towns/Cities near pittsfield, massachusetts : Lanesborough Hinsdale Lenox Hancock Dalton New Lebanon (NY)
EPA holding Pittsfield's feet to fire on wastewater treatment upgrades
Federal regulators have ramped up the pressure on the city to upgrade its wastewater system. A letter from the Environmental Protection Agency threatens "further enforcement" if the city fails to begin construction of $74 million in wastewater upgrades by an Aug. 1 deadline.Pittsfield 3BR $139,900
Lovely cape in desirable Allendale area, featuring two bedrooms on first floor and one bedroom upstairs. Master bedroom has 2 closets! Cozy dining and living room with fireplace, slider from kitchen to the deck and beautiful backyard that backs up to golf course.Pittsfield native Nick Avanzato gets new role with New York Yankees
After three years of riding buses with minor league teams, Pittsfield native Nick Avanzato now has an office he can call home. Avanzato, 27, who has worked for the New York Yankees organization for the past three seasons, has been promoted to Assistant, Minor League Operations.Alan Chartock | I, Publius: 'Compromise' on art dispute fails the smell test
The Berkshire Museum will be allowed to sell, or "deaccession," some of its most important paintings in order to survive, or so it says. A huge number of people in the Berkshires are very disappointed, and that's putting it mildly.Pittsfield: Athenaeum joins Boston Bruins PJ drive
The Berkshire Athenaeum will welcome First Lady Lauren Baker and the Bruins mascot, Blades the Bruin, on Tuesday, Feb. 20, for the Boston Bruins annual PJ Drive to benefit Department of Children and Families and Cradles to Crayons. In recognition of this visit, the library will be hosting a pajama party at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the auditorium.Witness in Holmes Road hit-and-run crash puts speed at up to 85 mph
The man who caused a hit-and-run crash on Wednesday on Holmes Road told police he was going up to 70 mph in a 40 mph zone. A witness estimated his speed at more like 80 to 85 mph.Rockwell sons drop Berkshire Museum suit; other plaintiffs file with SJC
The three sons of artist Norman Rockwell retreated Thursday from litigation over Berkshire Museum art sales, saying they achieved their goal. In a statement, the family embraced the plan announced Feb. 9 to keep "Shuffleton's Barbershop" accessible to the public.Lawmakers to study Boston-to-Berkshires high-speed rail
The possibility of high-speed passenger rail service from Boston to the Berkshires will likely get a serious look. State lawmakers announced Wednesday that the Joint Committee on Transportation has recommended that the House and Senate pass a bill to study an EastWest rail service that would reach Berkshire County.Pittsfield City Council to consider trash pickup alternatives
The City Council won't sit and wait for Mayor Linda Tyer to return with another tote-based trash pickup program. They'll do their own research, councilors agreed this week.Pittsfield: Berkshire Seed Library opening at Berkshire Athenaeum
The Berkshire Athenaeum announces the grand opening of the Berkshire Seed Library on Saturday, Feb. 17. Throughout the day, visitors can learn how to start a garden from Hancock Shaker Village's master gardeners, build a Chia pet, design a garden with the library's Children's Department, and take home local, organic seeds. The Berkshire Seed Library, a partnership among the Berkshire Athenaeum, Alchemy Initiative, and Hancock Shaker Village, aims to provide healthy, viable seeds for the community to plant, grow, and harvest as well as workshops on gardening and seed saving.Berkshire Flyer group awaits Amtrak prices for NYC-to-Pittsfield passenger rail
It has been hailed as a $1 billion-a-year solution for a limping rural economy in the Berkshires' postindustrial age. And it has been criticized as a naive dream.Pittsfield: Frozen yogurt fundraiser for disaster relief
Miss Hall's School and Ayelada Frozen Yogurt will hold a fundraiser for natural disaster relief on Saturday, Feb. 17. Ayelada is located in St. Luke's Square, 505 East St. A portion of all Ayelada purchases between noon to 9 p.m. Saturday will be donated to helping rebuild schools in Dominica, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.Pittsfield: Organists hosting children's program
The Berkshire Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will host a program titled "Pedals, Pipes and Pizza: An Introduction to the Pipe Organ" from 10 a.m. to noon Monday, Feb. 19, at First United Methodist Church, 55 Fenn St. The free event is open to children ages 8-14 and will offer demonstrations of the pipe organ with its the many different pipes and sounds, other keyboard instruments, and video clips of famous organs and organists. Kids will get a chance to play the organ with the help of chapter members, and they will get to visit different exhibits set up that offer information about the organ.Pittsfield firefighters battling house fire on Pontoosuc Lake
Firefighters were on the scene of a fire Thursday afternoon at a home on Pontoosuc Lake. About 12:15 p.m., smoke could be seen pouring from the second story and attic of the home at 128 Ridge Ave. Firefighters had ladders extended against two sides of the home, which was just feet from the shore.Pittsfield: Family Fun Winter Carnival at Springside Park
The Springside Park Conservancy will host a Family Fun Winter Carnival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at Springside Park. All events are free and take place at the pond and Rotary Park on Springside Avenue.Baby Boomer Memories: 50 years later, candy hearts still taste the same
Valentine's Day just occurred, and the celebratory day brought back fond memories of being in grade school in Pittsfield in the 1950s. Our teachers made the holiday special by having classrooms make and decorate a big box with a slot to slip in cards.New PCTV Channels Moving, Pittsfield Joins Lawsuit Over OpioidsFebruary 15, 2018 | 01:08AM0 Comments
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - PCTV is not happy with Spectrum moving the local access channels.
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