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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)
Legislation next agenda item for Save the Art group
Sara Clement, right, and Linda Kaye-Moses, beside Clement and also holding a sign, speak at the Save the Art-Save the Museum sidewalk rally in Cambridge on Friday. Members of the group Save the Art-Save the Museum took their campaign against the Berkshire Museum's planned sale of 40 artworks to Cambridge on Friday.Bail reduced for man facing weapons charges connected to killing of Asiyanna Jones
Bail has been reduced for a city man facing weapons charges connected to the Oct. 2 shooting death of Asiyanna Jones. Justin D. Crawford was being held on a total of $25,500 bail on two separate cases; $25,000 on charges connected to the investigation into Jones' death and $500 on narcotics charges stemming from drugs he was allegedly carrying at the time of his arrest a few days later.New Beacon Cinema Cuts Ribbon On Cushy New SeatsDecember 15, 2017 | 03:40PM0 Comments
PITTSFIELD, Mass. - On Nov. 20, 2009, Eugene Mamut of Lee leaned back in the deep plush red seats the day the Beacon Cinema opened, and said, "I don't want to get up."Massachusetts gets more time to review Rockwell art sale
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Consumers can access the service by going to www.Instacart.com, or by opening the Instacart mobile app that is available on both iPhone and Android devices. They then select their city/store, add items to a virtual cart then choose a delivery window, which can range from one hour to up to seven days in advance.19-year-old held without bail on shooting charges linked to death of Asiyanna Jones
A city man who allegedly prompted the shooting that killed 22-year-old Asiyanna Jones in October has been ordered held without bail for up to four months. Josiah T. "JoJo" Bynum, 19, is accused of firing a gun the night of Oct. 2, creating a chain of events that led to Jones' death by a single gunshot wound to the head.NENI's Rutberg takes publisher's reins as English pursues career change
New England Newspapers President Fredric D. Rutberg enjoys coffee and conversation about the newspaper with readers earlier this year. Rutberg is also taking the helm as publisher of the company that publishes The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal.A sweet cookie swap tradition
Berkshire Eagle employees work their way around a cookie-laden table, collecting cookie to take home, during the annual cookie swap. The various cookie baked by Eagle staff member for the annual cookie swap line the table prior to the actual swap.image description
General Dynamics Build Day volunteers help put the finishing touches on the new Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity home, to be dedicated this weekend in Pittsfield. Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity will be dedicating a new home to a local family on Saturday, Dec. 16. The public is welcome.New 10 Most Dangerous Pittsfield Intersections: 2017 EditionDecember 11, 2017 | 04:02AM0 Comments
And that starts by knowing where the most dangerous intersections are located. MassDOT and Berkshire Regional Planning Commission track accidents and create a list of trouble spots.Q&A: Can a museum sell its art to stay in business?
In this July 12. 2017, file photo, Berkshire Museum Executive Director Van Shields announces a multimillion dollar plan to reinvent the museum stage with the Berkshire Museum Board of Trustees in Pittsfield, Mass. The intensifying legal tussle over whether the Massachusetts museum should be allowed to auction 40 works of art, including two by Norman Rockwell, has raised questions about when, if ever, it's appropriate to unload the collection.FILE - In this Nov. 11, 2017 file photo, some 30 protesters gather...
In this Nov. 11, 2017 file photo, some 30 protesters gather outside of the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Mass., holding signs bearing pleas to "save the art" and thanking Attorney General Maura Healey for her office's last minute appeals court filing that was successful in delaying the first sale of 40 works of art, including two by Norman Rockwell. The intensifying legal tussle over whether the museum should be allowed to auction the 40 works of art has raised questions about when, if ever, it's appropriate to unload the collection.Let it snow: Berkshire ski resorts welcome winter weather
Jim Cummings of 83 Mohawk Trail in Florida creates some trails through the snow in his yard after Saturday's snow, which dropped about five inches on the region, making it the first significant snowfall of the season. Ben, a Golden Retriever, enjoys the snow being thrown by Vince Guntlow as he clears the steps and walkway on South Street in Williamstown after the area received a blanket of about five inches of snow Saturday and overnight.New Downtown Pittsfield Inc. leader aims to make city 'heart of Berkshires'
Downtown Pittsfield Inc.'s new executive director, Cheryl Mirer, already feels her job is a perfect fit. Mirer started about three weeks ago and is plugging into the downtown scene, shaking hands and familiarizing herself with the needs of the neighborhood.Navy to reevaluate crash site that took former Berkshire man
Now that holiday shopping has begun across the nation, it's the perfect time to kick off our 12 DAYS OF GIFTS WITH YANKEE CANDLE VILLAGE PITTSFIELD, Mass. - The U.S. Navy is going back to the scene of a military plane crash that claimed the life of a Berkshire County man and two other sailors.First measurable snow of season: some accumulation; some accidents
As the first measurable snowfall of the season landed in the Berkshires Saturday morning, Pittsfield police responded to a number of calls for crashes across the city. The coastal storm came from the south, with the first flakes falling about 11 a.m., according to Christina Speciale, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y. By 2:30 p.m., Sandisfield saw about 2.5 inches, while about 1.3 inches had fallen in North Adams.A big job - and big boots to fill - for Santa's helpers
Great Barrington resident Gene Salvi has to be a good listener. For more than 20 years, the 74-year-old has been one of Santa Claus' many helpers in the Berkshires, receiving Christmas gift requests from children at Ward's Nursery & Garden Center in Great Barrington.Man extradited to face charges of strangling his adoptive mother
Jayvon Mulzac, 28, was picked up in Pittsfield, Mass., on Thursday and returned to Brooklyn, where he was charged with murdering his 70-year-old adoptive mother, Noreen, on July 17 in her Canarsie home. Mulzac has been fighting extradition since August, when he was arrested in Pittsfield for breaking and entering and disturbing the peace - reportedly yelling, "I killed the b - h" and "I'm going to kill again," the Berkshire Eagle reported in September .Giving foster children something of their own
According to Amy Tanner, they drop off 70 to 80 totes every three months at the DCF office in Pittsfield. From left, Amy Tanner and Ashley Priester, founders of Totes for Tots with State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli, D-Lenox after a radio interview promoting their organization.4th man arrested in Pittsfield prostitution investigation
A fourth man has been arrested and charged in an ongoing investigation into a local prostitution ring. Daniel J. Marshall Sr., 71, of Pittsfield, is accused of paying women with cash and drugs for sex, transporting them for purposes of prostitution, having prostitutes living at his home and assisting them in obtaining drugs.
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