|Wahconah High Graduate Killed in Afghanistan|
Army Spc. Mitchell Daehling of Dalton was reportedly killed in action in Afghanistan earlier this week.
Update: The Defense Department on Friday afternoon confirmed that Army Spec. Mitchell Daehling and two others died May 14 "of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked their unit with an improvised explosive
|Pittsfield YMCA Planning Major Changes In Operations|
CEO Randy Kinnas outlined the new strategic plan on Thursday in a meeting with community leaders.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Y is completely revamping that way it operates.
The Pittsfield Family YMCA presented a new strategic plan Thursday that calls for dramatically changing how they handle
|The Independent Investor: Sticker Shock in Housing Market|
The housing market has been in the doldrums so long that most of us believe that when we are ready to buy a new home there will be plenty of deals out there. Think again, the rising costs of everything from land to labor are causing new home prices to climb.
As U.S. residential real estate begins to rebound from its worst downturn since
|Pittsfield Council News in Brief|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council approved two new City Hall hires put forward by Mayor Daniel Bianchi on Tuesday.
The approval fills key positions at City Hall. Douglas C. Clark nows heads the Department of Community Development and John M. DeAngelo will serve as personnel director. Clark fills a vacancy left by the departure of
|'The Great Gatsby': A Bit Jazzed-Up|
by Michael S. Goldberger
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Jay Gatsby in Baz Luhrmann's take of 'The Great Gatsby.'
Too bad the 1926, silent version of "The Great Gatsby," filmed
|3rd Thursdays Returns For 7th Year|
3rd.Thursdays is back this week!
Upstreet Pittsfield's free, family friendly street festival,3rd.Thursdays, returns for its seventh year onThursday, May 16. May's 3rd.Thursdays theme isYouth on the Move and is
|Carousel's Park Proposal In Lanesborough Voters Hands|
The Selectmen will set the warrant on Monday.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — A vote to borrow $500,000 on behalf of the Berkshire Carousel is expected to be a hot-button issue at the June 11 town meeting.
Berkshire Carousel, a non-profit engaged in handcarving and building a classic carousel, is
|Greylock Federal Promotes Two Employees|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union announced the promotion of two employees, Bob Maxwell to vice president of marketing services for Greylock Marketing Group and Anthony "Tony" Hyte to assistant
vice president of branch
|BRTA Details Phased Plan for Adding Buses, Routes|
The Transportation Advisory Committee is supporting BRTA's plan to phase in natural gas-powered buses and expanded routes and hours.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — With a proposed state budget that would "forward fund" the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority, leaders are already eyeing
|Wild Acres to Host Youth Fishing Derby|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The conservation commission and Lyon Aviation will sponsor a youth fishing derby on Saturday, May 25, at Wild Acres.
The derby kicks off at 8 a.m. and will run until 3 p.m. Trophies will be awarded to those who catch a tagged fish. Bait will be provided, but there are a limited amount of fishing poles on a
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