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Twelve families in the city's Morningside neighborhood, most with school-aged children, lost their homes in fires that hit three buildings April 22. A month later, their lives remain in flux, as assistance wears thin and new apartments prove scarce.
Johnny Irion will debut three songs, "Abandoned Monsters," "Shine Like Butterflies" and "Meet Me at Ramen Park," written with Pittsfield Public Schools students at a Community Concert at Kellogg Park, 4 to 6 p.m., now on Thursday, May 26.
When the coronavirus pandemic began many of the daily school, shopping and municipal tasks that occurred face-to-face moved online, exacerbating “the digital divide." City officials hope to remedy that with a new public Wi-Fi network.
Children visited Morningside Community School to get COVID-19 vaccines. Some of the kids were getting their first shot, a few were getting the…
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.
Several long-standing projects will resurface on this week's City Council agenda: fee waiver requests for ServiceNet, a tax deal on the proposed Firehouse Lofts, and a potential new job — Pittsfield's American Rescue Plan "quarterback."
A new park opened in the Morningside neighborhood Wednesday creates a literary-themed gathering space for residents and celebrates the memory of two local families.
PITTSFIELD — Residents have until 4 p.m. Wednesday to fill out the citywide survey that will let city officials know how Pittsfield should spe…
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.