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Oct. 13 is the last day to register for the November election in North Adams.
In 1983, Frances Buckley attempted to be the first woman in the North Adams mayor's office. Nearly 40 years later, the city still has not seen a woman at the helm — but that's about to change.
William "Billy" Evans died in an attack outside the U.S. capitol in April. Now, his high school classmates are honoring him with a bench.
Infrastructure projects and an economic recovery fund are Mayor Tom Bernard's top priorities for the funds.
Several long-standing projects will resurface on this week's City Council agenda: fee waiver requests for ServiceNet, a tax deal on the proposed Firehouse Lofts, and a potential new job — Pittsfield's American Rescue Plan "quarterback."
A city council vote Tuesday nixed a proposal for a public forum on a mountain bike course proposed for Springside Park. But, a group of residents said they will remain steadfast in fighting the project.
You can vote early in the City Clerk's office through September 17.
The zoning change allows more-dense development in certain areas in and around downtown.
The Pittsfield Public School Committee will decide whether or not the accelerated courses in the district's middle schools will resume this year or remain "paused" after the curriculum subcommittee identified equity gaps in the program.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: A look at why Marie Harpin, who just quit her post on the North Adams City Council, filed a police report last year. She feared for her safety after reading social media posts. The people commenting? They insist they were kidding.