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About: pittsfield, massachusetts

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.

Population: 44737
Local Newspapers: The Berkshire Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Pittsfield American Defenders
Local Colleges: Berkshire Community College

Zip Codes associated with pittsfield, massachusetts: 01201
Towns/Cities near pittsfield, massachusetts : Lanesborough Hinsdale Lenox Hancock Dalton New Lebanon (NY)

Pittsfield News
Year into Trump's term, slender but core support in Berkshires appears to be sticking

From left, Jim Hoellerich, Fred Jajko, Frank Talora and Peter Levesque talk politics at The Daily Grind on Park Street in Adams on Tuesday. Michael Mach of Adams, who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, says he regrets voting for Trump and is unhappy with how he is handling the country.

Pen And Paper To Photoshop: Chan Lowe's Editorial Cartoons Survive The Digital Age

Lowe's award-winning, nationally syndicated work has appeared in the New York Times and numerous other publications. In recent years, as editorial cartoonists' positions have been cut from newspaper budgets across the country, some, like Lowe, have maintained their cartooning as one of several arrows in a journalistic quiver.

Eversource nixes plan for large solar array in Dalton

Eversource has withdrawn its plans for one of its largest solar arrays in the state, which was slated to be installed off High Street, citing the cost and time involved for substation upgrades. "On the site, it was going to be too expensive and take too long to actually build the solar array," said Priscilla Ress, Eversource spokeswoman.

New Cheshire to Seek Interest in Reuse of School January 18, 2018 | 02:30PM0 Comments

The town will release a "request for expressed interest" next week to gather what interest there might be in the reuse of the closed Cheshire Elementary School. Town Administrator Mark Webber provided the Selectmen on Tuesday with a complete request, or RFEI, that will only solicit what interest there is in the building and help inform the reuse committee's next steps.

Medical Marijuana Company Eyes Recreational Sales in Pittsfield

Berkshire Roots is positioning itself to be a medical and a recreational marijuana dispensary when permits are issued later this year. Berkshire Roots is finishing up a massive renovation of 501 Dalton Ave., a commercial building that formerly housed Jay's Custom Muffler & Auto, Casey's Billiards, and the Salvation Army store.

CEO touts work-life balance as focus of Commerce Bank's parent company

Michael P. Daly said he believes culture is probably the most important aspect of the long-term viability and profitability of any company. Mr. Daly, CEO of Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc., the Pittsfield-based bank that last year bought the parent company of Worcester-based Commerce Bank, said Berkshire's culture - which puts a premium on understanding and adjusting to the ways modern life has affected the work-life balance of its employees - is both good for people and good for business.

Baby Boomer Memories: When Howdy Doody came to town

Clarabell greets children during a visit to Jim's Department Store on Tyler Street in Pittsfield in August 1952. At right is store owner Irv Shulman, the writer's father.

With new minibus, Boys & Girls Club taking evening 'options' to kids

Heather Pixley applies the signage for the new bus owned by the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires at her shop, Pixley Signs, in Pittsfield. Heather Pixley cuts a logo out of vinyl for the new bus owned by the Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires at her shop, Pixley Signs, in Pittsfield.

BMC RNs vote for 2nd strike - if it's deemed necessary

A second one-day strike is now possible at Berkshire Medical Center, after registered nurses granted their negotiators the power to call that action at the region's largest employer. In a second day of balloting Tuesday, members of the Massachusetts Nurses Association voted 369-80 to authorize their bargaining committee to set a strike, if that panel deems it necessary.

Dalton Ave. dispensary heads to Pittsfield zoning board in bid to add recreational sales

A medical marijuana dispensary coming soon to Dalton Avenue is asking the city to approve additions that would equip the facility to sell for recreational purposes. Berkshire Roots, scheduled to open at 501 Dalton Ave. in March, will appear before the Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday.

New Hillcrest Educational to Honor Sheriff Bowler, Officer DerbyJanuary 16, 2018 | 10:53AM0 Comments

Hillcrest will present the award at the 17th annual Robert "Bees" Prendergast St. Patrick's Celebration on March 15 at the Country Club of Pittsfield. Bowler was a Pittsfield police officer for 24 years, serving in the detective bureau and in the drug unit, before his 2010 election as Sherriff.

Former Sen. Benjamin Downing chats about life after the Senate and...

After a decade representing 52 communities, former state Sen. Benjamin Downing, all of 35, decided in 2016 to head for the private sector. After his term ended last year, he did just that, but remains involved in issues he was passionate about while in office.

After fire, community moves to help displaced Lanesborough family of 8, including 5 kids

Ice from water used to extinguish a fire is frozen to the siding and windows of 654 North Main Street in Lanesborough on Saturday night where a fire displaced 8 people including children. Sunday, January 14, 2018.

Salvadorans in Berkshires among 200,000 who might lose protected status

Mario Escalante reads a newspaper during lunch at a market in San Salvador, El Salvador, on Monday with the headline: "The United States will decide today the future of TPS." The Trump administration has announced that it will end the temporary protected status that has allowed about 200,000 people from El Salvador to stay legally in the United States for nearly 17 years.

Wahconah designers begin yearlong study of school needs

Renovation or replacement - and how? Those are the questions Drummey Rosane Anderson Inc. is considering for Wahconah Regional High School. On Thursday, the planning and architectural firm officially began assessing options to renovate or replace the school - part of a feasibility study approved by voters in the seven-town Central Berkshire Regional School District last April.

Superior Court Briefs: Jan. 8 - Jan. 10

He was ordered to serve two years at the Berkshire County House of Correction. The charge stems from a motor vehicle stop in Cheshire on January 29, 2017.

Pizza delivery driver: Delivering something hot during the cold

Delivery driver Dan Sala loads an order into a warming bag at Papa Joe's Ristorante and Pizzeria on Newell Street in Pittsfield before heading out to deliver it to the customer. Delivery driver Dan Sala delivers the first pizza of his shift for Papa Joe's Ristorante and Pizzeria on Newell Street in Pittsfield.

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