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The City Council voted Tuesday to adopt Mayor Linda Tyer's original tax rates, voting against using additional money from the city's free cash account to lower the tax levy further.
Several City Council members are hoping to use free cash — leftover unrestricted money for last year's budget — to reduce the tax bill of residents after they said Mayor Linda Tyer's proposal would create too big a bill for their constituents.
A crowd of civil rights demonstrators scatter as the police begin a baton charge in Duke Street, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Saturday, O…
The majority of people who took a city survey on how to spend ARPA money coming want the city to use the money for economic assistance and are least interested in backfilling lost city revenue related to the pandemic.
The zoning change allows more-dense development in certain areas in and around downtown.
The Three County Continuum of Care said they will make sure that some Berkshire County residents will still receive federal emergency housing vouchers even though Pittsfield Public Housing Authority declined to participate in the program.
PITTSFIELD — Residents have until 4 p.m. Wednesday to fill out the citywide survey that will let city officials know how Pittsfield should spe…
North Adams city is closer to allowing more dense development in certain areas in and around downtown — a change meant to address a shortage of low- to middle-income housing units, among other issues.
The Pittsfield Housing Authority was offered 15 emergency housing vouchers last May, but declined to accept them because of limited staff and resources.
Overwhelmed. Isolated. Disenfranchised. Those are the words a group of about 50 residents used on Monday night to explain to city officials what life is like during the pandemic in Pittsfield's West Side and Morningside neighborhoods.