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Families will get a chance to shop through a free clothing boutique as part of the Berkshire Community Action Council's Warm Winter Clothing Program this year, a change in format that aims to find perfect fits for kids.
The nonprofit that runs BerkShares, the county's local currency, has developed a digital app that reflects the organization's values, is backed by local banks and keeps money circulating throughout the community.
Evan Collins has joined Lee Bank’s mortgage lending team, and is working out of the bank’s Pittsfield branch, which is currently located at 75 North St.
Lee Bank has begun construction of its new Pittsfield branch at the corner of South and Reed streets at the same time its foundation has made a gift of $16,000 to the Pittsfield Public Schools.
The longtime owners of Cafe Triskele in Lee have sold the restaurant to a married couple who are both veteran and experienced chefs from the Washington, D.C. area.
Lee Bank can go ahead with its plans to build a new location on South Street following the City Council's approval of a traffic change and drive-thru window on Tuesday night. The City Council voted in favor of the proposal after the bank worked with neighboring business owners on a traffic compromise.
This week, the City Council will return to a proposal from Lee Bank for a new location on South Street, consider a new ward map and decide whether to sign off on the creation of an "ARPA quarterback" and chief diversity officer. The School Committee will return to the subject of school safety at its upcoming meeting.