|Pittsfield Schools Anticipate New Layoffs |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Superintendent Jason McCandless says more layoffs may be needed depending on when students can return to school.
McCandless told the School Committee in his report Wednesday that without students in the actual buildings, there may be a need to lay off a sizeable amount of the cafeteria
|Pittsfield Mayor's Husband Files Lawsuit Against Election Rival|
PITTSFIELD — Mayor Linda Tyer's husband, Barry Clairmont, filed a lawsuit in Berkshire Superior Court alleging Melissa Mazzeo tried to defame him after the 2019 mayoral election.
Clairmont, an accountant, filed the suit earlier this month claiming that former City Councilor and mayoral candidate Mazzeo defamed him and
|Pittsfield Honors Fallen in Iraq and Afghanistan With New Monument |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 448 held a dedication ceremony Friday morning on the 19th anniversary of 9/11 to unveil the Iraq and Afghanistan War Memorial at Veterans Memorial Park.
"As long as there is war, there will be death," Sgt. Maj. Michael P. King said Friday morning in front of the 50
|Councilor Lampiasi to Stay on Pittsfield Licensing Board |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council voted down a petition that would ask Ward 6 Councilor Dina Guiel Lampiasi to resign from the Licensing Board.
The petition introduced by Ward 7 Councilor Anthony Maffuccio failed Tuesday with a 3-6 vote.
Maffuccio did not think Lampiasi could serve on the City
|First-Responder Profiles: EMT, Firefighter Brian Sears|
Brian Sears is a volunteer firefighter in Dalton.
DALTON, Mass. — The COVID-19 pandemic has perhaps brought the role of first-responders more to the forefront lately, but these men and women have regularly been serving their communities in numerous emergency situations.
This is a series profiling some of
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