|The Retired Investor: Bicycles Sales Are Booming|
In the age of the pandemic, some industries have thrived. Take the bicycle industry, for example; sales have more than doubled this year, and the only impediment to further growth seems to be the availability of product. Thanks to COVID-19, biking has become a global phenomenon.
The real growth is centered in the metropolitan
|Pittsfield Native Promoted to Air force Brigadier General|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield native Jeannine M. Ryder was promoted to the rank of Air Force brigadier general.
Ryder, a graduate of the Pittsfield High School class of 1987, was promoted to the rank of Air Force brigadier general where she will command the 711th Human Performance Wing.
|Baker: Getting a Flu Shot Shows Support for Health Care Workers|
ROSLINDALE, Mass. — Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday urged Massachusetts residents to get vaccinated for seasonal influenza, and talked about why he trusts the process that will lead to a COVID-19 vaccine — however long that process takes.
Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou
|Berkshire Museum Offers Virtual After School Program |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Enrollment for the Berkshire Museum After School program After-School@Home is now open.
The Berkshire Museum will host After-School@Home through the fall and bring lessons on science, history, art, and culture directly to students' homes.
"We realize that remote
|Berkshire United Way Teams Up With Ready4K|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire United Way (BUW) and Northern Berkshire United Way (NBUW) have partnered with Ready4K to provide Berkshire families with educational facts and on their cell phones.
To support early childhood education, BUW and NBUW have teamed up with Ready4K to help support early childhood education
|Pittsfield Historical Commission Approves Demolitions |
The former storefront at 730 Tyler was approved for demolition to make way for market-rate housing.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Historical Commission approved the demolition of two structures in the Morningside neighborhood, making way for the development of market-rate housing
The structures at
|Pittsfield Fire Station Sparks Little Interest|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The future of the Morningside fire station is looking dim.
The City Council last week was informed that there has been little to no interest in the deterioating structure.
"As we all know this has been going on for a while," Ward 2 City Councilor Kevin Morandi said at
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