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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
Pittsfield: Trio to perform chamber concert

"Big Romance: Great Masterpieces of the Romantic Repertoire for Voice, Clarinet and Piano" will be performed at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at the Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave. Mezzo-soprano Marjorie Elinor Dix, pianist David Anderegg and clarinetist Paul Green will perform works by Robert Schumann, Ludwig Spohr and others. This free concert is sponsored by the Friends of the Berkshire Athenaeum.

Pittsfield: Positive discipline parenting series

Child Care of the Berkshires is offering a free parenting class starting Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 88 South St. This eight-week class is for Berkshire County parents with children under age 6. Free child care and dinner for adults and children is included and transportation can be arranged. Positive Discipline is a skills-based class that shows parents how to focus on solutions while being kind and firm.

Review: 10X10 short-play festival at Barrington Stage

Running time : Two hours, 10 minutes; one intermission Continues : 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 3 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, through March 4 Tickets : $15 to $30 Info : 855-TIX-2BSC or One of the most reliable theater pleasures of winter is Barrington Stage Company's annual 10X10 New Play Festival. As the name suggests, it features 10 world premieres, each less than 10 minutes long.

Editorial: A reasonable price to save the Berkshire Museum

About 40 people protest in front of the Berkshire Museum in August 2017 to oppose the selling of some of the museum's art. AN AGREEMENT reached between the Berkshire Museum and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey means Pittsfield will have a museum for the future.

Pittsfield screen printer readies to sell reusable bags as city considers plastic bag ban

Peyton Twing creates a silkscreen image on canvas using a screen press in his basement where he and his partner Katharine Mahoney make canvas bags. They use the bags for shopping and hope to market to fellow residents if the Pittsfield plastic bag ban goes into effect.

Our Opinion: A baby-step down track to Boston-Berkshire link

If only the machinery of lawmaking could move as swiftly as a bullet train connecting one end of the Commonwealth to the other. After years of waiting and a torrent of talking, the idea of a high-speed rail link between Boston and the Berkshires is finally moving a step past the pipe-dream stage, thanks to efforts by the county's Beacon Hill delegation.

No snow? Fun still order of the day at Winter Carnival

Lola, 6, left, and Selena Rodriguez, 8, have a blast despite the lack of snow as they sled down a muddy slope during Pittsfield's Winter Carnival at Springside Park. Despite a lack of snow, Ty Lepicier, 15, and his friends use cardboard boxes to race down a muddy hill during Pittsfield's Winter Carnival at Springside Park on Saturday.

Protest staged in Pittsfield man's killing in which officer was cleared

Jacquelyn Sykes stood in Park Square on Saturday afternoon and held up a sign that read "Protect and serve not panic and shoot" at a passing Pittsfield police cruiser. It has been just short of six months since the 31-year-old Pittsfield woman called police seeking help for her suicidal boyfriend and instead watched Officer Christopher Colello shoot him seven times outside their Taylor Street home.

In choosing police work, grandson follows the beat of a familial drum

Adam Simeone said his grandfather, Enrico Giardina, taught him not to take life too seriously, and to approach life and policing with a sense of calm. "In police work, you can be that hard-charger," Simeone said.

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.

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Lanesborough Releases Economic...

The Economic Development Committee has spent more than a year crafting what is eyed to become the blueprint for the town's efforts to attract and grow businesses. The committee of local residents was assisted by Berkshire Regional Planning Commission in developing the 37-page document outlining the town's strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats.

Grand jury indicts 2 in alleged Pittsfield prostitution ring

The two men at the center of an alleged city prostitution ring have been indicted by a grand jury. Joseph E. Van Wert, 66, of Pittsfield, and Randy W. Lambach, 45, of Becket, were arraigned in Berkshire Superior Court this week on multiple charges in the case.

Free haircuts available for kids in Pittsfield, North Adams

The Berkshire Dream Center is hosting free haircuts for students from prekindergarten to 12th grade over February vacation, according to Katelynn Miner, the nonprofit's founder and executive director. Children often get a haircut before the school year begins, but by February, they will likely need another, Miner said.

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.

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