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Mayor Linda Tyer has announced that the landmarks around Pittsfield will light up blue and yellow in a show of solidarity with Ukraine as it continues to try and fight off Russia's invasion.
Commissioner of Public Services and Utilities Ricardo Morales said his department is studying traffic patterns, biking patterns, and car and pedestrian accidents and will be ready to present its findings in a presentation to the City Council at the end of the spring.
A weekend of freezing rain and subzero wind chills at the start of the week made an ice field out of downtown Pittsfield. Residents want to know why the ice lingered and what the city is doing to prevent a repeat this weekend.
When the coronavirus pandemic began many of the daily school, shopping and municipal tasks that occurred face-to-face moved online, exacerbating “the digital divide." City officials hope to remedy that with a new public Wi-Fi network.
City officials hope that a new marketing campaign, slogan and website called "Love Pittsfield" will make residents and visitors fall in love all over again with Pittsfield.
PITTSFIELD — Each winter, the flower containers in downtown get a second life thanks to Pittsfield Beautiful.
PITTSFIELD — After a premature blast of wintry weather, warmer days have returned just in time for the launch of the year’s final First Friday…
PITTSFIELD — Flavours of Malaysia in downtown Pittsfield is planning to close by the end of this year, unable to overcome the lingering hardsh…