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Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer has been elected by the membership of the Massachusetts Mayors' Association to serve as that body's leader, her office announced.
With the help of 150 volunteers and several groups, Jewish Family Services has brought 28 Afghan evacuees to Berkshire County, mostly in the Pittsfield area. The latest support came Wednesday as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 448 donated $10,000.
At look at the 100 words that Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer used most often in her State of the City Address on Monday.
Berkshire County now is home to 15 Afghan evacuees, and it will welcome 16 more by the end of January. Planning for resettlement in the Berkshires during an earlier humanitarian crisis, leaders say, left them well prepared to accommodate Afghans.
Major repairs and updates to the city's Ashley Water Treatment Plant, upgrades to the Berkshire Family YMCA's child care center, and a second round of funding for the At Home in Pittsfield renovation project are the big-ticket items earmarked by city officials for money from federal coronavirus aid money.
In his campaign for lieutenant governor, state Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, on Wednesday announced some of his first endorsements from Berkshire County officials.
The leader of the county’s largest city agrees with President Biden that this pandemic moment, including the threat of a new coronavirus variant, is a cause for concern, but not panic.
City, state and national officials broke ground on a $12.4 million renovation to the Berkshire Family YMCA. On the other side of the project: an expanded child care center, modernized fitness center, and the county's first indoor walking and running track.
PITTSFIELD — Tonight, the City Council will vote on the approximately $94.7 million tax levy proposed by Mayor Linda Tyer. The levy would brin…
Officials now know how they'd like to spend $5.6 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act money: Infrastructure projects that improve public health in city buildings, two new public health positions and support for daycare programs, the Fenn Street Shelter and another round of grants for homeowner projects.