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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.
Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing recently received $185,000 from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to create 35 new jobs, which are connected to the company's $20 million expansion project.
Pittsfield council tells Lee Bank, potential neighbors to find middle ground over Reed Street concerns
PITTSFIELD — The City Council sent Lee Bank back to the drawing board over its proposal for a new bank branch at Reed and South streets, votin…
A new top Pittsfield Public Schools administrator, funding for design and permitting for an Ashuwillticook Rail Trail extension and a funding proposal for redeveloping the former Morningside Firehouse.
Neighbors at Aaron's Plaza on South Street said they are concerned about what a proposed Lee Bank development will do to the safety of Reed Street and traffic in and around their parking lots. The City Council will decide on Tuesday night whether those concerns are enough to slow down the project.
PITTSFIELD — Representatives from Lee Bank will be busy making the rounds at several city commission meetings this week in search of approval …
LEE — Matthew R. Freitag has been named vice president/financial wellness at Lee Bank. He will work with customers to assist them in achieving…
PITTSFIELD — Chuck Leach didn't take the typical route to his current position.
As the pandemic winds down, restaurant activity in Pittsfield is starting to perk up again.
One longtime restaurant owner recently sold his East Street establishment, while the co-owners of another eatery are planning to start a second restaurant in downtown Pittsfield.