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Members decided last week that the order would include the ability to withdraw everything without prejudice if they were "unable to obtain legal counsel prior to any administrative or judicial proceeding."
Pittsfield's level of transmissibility has been downgraded because of a decrease in the testing positivity rate below 5 percent.
City employees reveal what makes Pittsfield a great place to work in new videos launching Wednesday, March 2, as the second phase of the "Welcome to the City of Pittsfield" campaign.
Andy Cambi will be the new Pittsfield Health Department director, after a unanimous vote by the Board of Health on Wednesday.
Mayor Linda Tyer selected familiar faces in Deanna Ruffer, the Community Development director, and Gina Armstrong, the former Health Department director, to oversee the city's use of almost $41 million in American Rescue Plan Act money.
A new mask directive requiring masking in public indoor spaces across the city will go into effect next Monday, Nov. 8 following an unanimous vote by the Board of Health to intensify the city's masking policy.
Recent data from Pittsfield's wastewater tests indicates a steep decrease in the amount of coronavirus present in the city. City officials are optimistic in the short term, and are hoping that increasing testing to three times a week will produce more positive results.
GREAT BARRINGTON — Every night, Diana Wilson searches her apartment to find a place to sleep where the smell of chemicals won’t make her feel …
GREAT BARRINGTON — A fire in a multifamily building with a history of unsafe living conditions prompted officials to close Stockbridge Road on…
PITTSFIELD — The city’s director of public health said her department is ill-equipped to fulfill the City Council’s request to investigate rep…