Many items are coming home to roost on city meeting agendas this week. Two city boards will discuss Pittsfield's guidelines for keeping chickens; the opponents of a mountain bike skills course and pump track proposal at Springside Park will present their concerns; and the Pittsfield Municipal Airport Commission will present its annual report.
At Colegrove Park in North Adams, an annual event highlights residents' recovery journeys.
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- MCLA student charged with making threats says it was just 'dark humor'
- Man with history of arson arrested after another fire at White Terrace complex
- Jeff Rodgers abruptly leaves the top job at the Berkshire Museum
- An Adams woman thinks a bill she gets ought to go away. A judge agrees
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- Photos: Unused hospital beds, wheelchairs make their way from shuttered Sweet Brook nursing home to Guatemala
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- Photos: A look back at Josh Billings RunAground races from 2013 to 2019
- Wahconah vs. Pittsfield Girls Soccer
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Great Barrington now is recommending that people wear masks while outdoors amid crowds, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status, expanding an earlier advisory to mask up indoors while out in public.
Students are back in classrooms – and testing positive.
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A Massachusetts State Police trooper used skills he learned from his lifelong dream of being a cowboy to rescue a horse on the loose in Lee.
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Shaker Mill Books will present an artist talk, "David Ricci & Shaun O’Boyle: Two Photographers / Two Paths to Photo Book Publication," at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will present the annual Vadnais Environmental Issues Lecture with Vivek Shandas at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, in Murdock Hall Room 218. A remote viewing option is also available.
Drumming, traditional Native American songs, speeches, and a procession culminating in a ceremonial blessing of the Housatonic River will mark the local observance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Oct. 11. Alliance for a Viable Future has organized a series of four events from Sept. 23 to Oct. 17.
Pittsfield Green Drinks will hold an online meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. Cathy Kristofferson from the Pipe Line Awareness Network for the Northeast will present "Pulling the Curtain Back on The Hydrogen Hoax."
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Patrick Brennan’s setting for Regge Life’s crisp, incisive, penetrating production of debbie tucker green’s “hang” at Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse is a generic, generally featureless meeting room in some quasi-governmental office building.
Kathleen Carey is back at the Theater Barn, in director Phil Rice’s generally admirable production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s remarkably written “Good People,” a bittersweet comedy-drama about a group of economically challenged people living in South Boston’s Lower End who do the best they can to look after themselves, protect what’s theirs, make do and survive while causing as little damage as possible.
Naked ground is never a good thing for a vegetable garden. As the growing season winds down and spent plants are pulled up, there is more and more open space in our garden. Leaving bare ground at any time leads to decreased soil quality ... The simplest solution is to plant a cover crop.
Festival Latino of the Berkshires will celebrate its 25th anniversary live and in person, noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, at the the Town Hall Green Park and Saint James Place, with a variety of dance demonstrations, activities and Latin American cuisine choices.
It's not easy operating an independently owner pharmacy anymore given the current business climate, but Flynn's Pharmacy and Home Medical Equipment in Pittsfield has beaten the odds, having been in operation since 1951. The pharmacy's current owners, Chris Flynn and Thomas Flynn IV, tell us how this week in Executive Spotlight.
It has been a bumpy week for stocks, and it could get worse if you believe the headlines of the financial press. The issue I see is that just about everyone is expecting a nasty period ahead for equities. That makes me somewhat bullish.
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