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John Wendling had something to give, and he had a memory of when he had nothing at all. While not everyone can give as generously as Mr. Wendling has, we hope his example inspires all of us who might see and discuss our neighbors struggling to do something about it when given the chance.
John Wendling built over 300 homes in Berkshire County over the course of his career. Now, he's a key part of a different kind of construction: supportive housing for homeless residents in Pittsfield.
A project that would provide supportive housing on West Housatonic Street in Pittsfield received its zoning permit this week, bringing the three-story, multi-unit building closer to construction. Work to find funding continues.
1Berkshire and the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission have released "A Housing Vision for the Berkshires" a new report that outlines a regional strategy to solves the county's chronic housing issues.
Planners now turn their attention to what comes next at the 8-acre site, a former blighted brownfield at Bridge Street and Bentley Road.
WILLIAMSTOWN — As affordable housing advocates, renters and homeowners brace for expiration of federal and state coronavirus pandemic protecti…
GREAT BARRINGTON — A virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. today to mark the opening of the Bentley Apartments affordable ho…