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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
At Christian Center, 'food is what drives us together as a community'

Volunteers snake through The Christian Center in Pittsfield to pick up approximately 270 meals to deliver to those in need in the community. On Wednesday, Theresa Ramos and other volunteers from Mildred Elley's nursing school help to set up tables and make other preparations for Thursday's Thanksgiving meal at The Christian Center in Pittsfield.

Jim Shulman | Baby Boomer Memories: What became of Pittsfield's Victory Hill?

In 1970, construction began on a new development in Pittsfield, and the decision for the name became an issue. Some suggested keeping it Victory Hill, but it took the name of Morningside Heights, to give the area a fresh start and to get away from any stigma from the past housing.

Shopping on North Street in Pittsfield an all-encompassing endeavor

Butcher Butter Lotion, which is made from animal fat, is sold at Red Apple Butchers on North Street in Pittsfield. The shop owners say they run a "nose-to-tail" operation, offering meats from animals raised on local farms, and they use as much of the whole animal as possible.

Guthrie Center carries on Thanksgiving tradition with free community meal

Austin Daly, sous chef at Samel's Deli and Catering in Pittsfield, seasons a turkey in the kitchen. Samel's has been catering the Guthrie Center Thanksgiving for about eight years.

They ran a prostitution ring out of a senior facility, and paid the women with drugs, cops say

Two men were arrested last Tuesday for allegedly running a prostitution ring in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, that sometimes operated out of a senior living facility in the town, according to the Pittsfield Police Department. So they put officer Brenna Dorr on the case, and she soon discovered that many of the prostituted women were recruited by a man named Randy Lambach, police said.

Goal of Pittsfield police using 'Speed Spy': 'We want to slow traffic down'

Motorists can expect to see "strict" traffic enforcement in areas of the city, including Holmes Road, Crane Avenue, Oak Hill Road and on West Street, near Berkshire Community College. Anyone wishing to report problems with speeding in their neighborhood can call Pittsfield police Sgt.

Advisory board crafting regulations for Massachusetts marijuana industry

The Cannabis Control Commission set several deadlines for themselves to draft regulations and hear from stakeholders. Under the current timeline, they're set to publish regulations in March 2018.

Gov. Baker has until Saturday to sign bill that would allow for vital ...

Gov. Charlie Baker's signature of key legislation will allow for the replacement of a vital bridge along Pontoosuc Lake. On Baker's desk is a bill the state Legislature approved last week granting Lanesborough easements of state-controlled land vital to building a new span over the causeway on Narragansett Avenue.

Former Eagleton staffer avoids jail time after admitting to 3 student assaults

Another former staff member of the embattled and now-closed Eagleton School has avoided jail time after pleading guilty to three counts of assault and battery on a disabled person. Damian C. Sinclair, 26, of Albany, N.Y., admitted in Berkshire Superior Court on Monday to assaulting three students between Jan. 1, 2014, and May 31, 2015.

Sixth annual Thanksgiving Angels food donation effort benefits 1,400 families

Hundreds of people line up outside the South Congregational Church in Pittsfield for the annual distribution by the Thanksgiving Angels. Monday, November 20, 2017.

Two men face charges in Pittsfield prostitution ring

Two men are facing charges for allegedly participating in a citywide prostitution ring involving multiple women - one of whom may have been as young as 15 - who were allegedly plied with drugs and threats. Joseph E. Van Wert, 65, of Becket, and Randy W. Lambach, 45, of Pittsfield, are being held on charges including human trafficking pending dangerousness hearing Nov. 29 to determine if bail should be set and in what amount.

Pittsfield Police Break Up Alleged Prostitution Ring

Police arrested Randy Lambach, 45, of Becket, and Joseph VanWert, 65, of Pittsfield, on charges of human trafficking, knowingly permitting prostitution on the premises, and sexual conduct for a fee. They are currently being held without bail.

'Ancient words with a modern perspective': Interfaith service uses prayers of old to give thanks now

The title page of 18th century Church of England's Book of Common Prayer on display at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lenox. The book was used in an interfaith service on Sunday for the first time since 1976.

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After Pittsfield man fatally overdosed, his drug dealer gets 6 years...

Through tears, Michael Litchfield said he regretted selling Shawn Filiault the drugs that killed him in February 2016, and he wished he had tried to get him some help instead. Litchfield, 44, was sentenced to up to six years in prison Monday in connection with the death of Filiault, 39, who died after using heroin laced with fentanyl that he purchased from Litchfield and his wife, Kate Frissell.

Elizabeth Freeman Center offers financial literacy courses aimed at...

People in abusive relationships often have serious money troubles. Abusers can sabotage employment prospects and career dreams or cause problems with current employment.

Berkshire Symphony takes a walk on the bright side

If you believed the Berkshire Symphony, the worst malady the United States suffered between the two world wars was melancholy. In the real world, disillusionment and the Depression marked the era; musically, Schoenberg and Stravinsky were throwing bombs.

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