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Commissioner of Public Services and Utilities Ricardo Morales said his department is studying traffic patterns, biking patterns, and car and pedestrian accidents and will be ready to present its findings in a presentation to the City Council at the end of the spring.
Memorable blizzards, nor'easters and snowstorms, from 1888 to the present, in the Berkshires.
A pair of city men face charges over a summertime burglary at the iconic North Street eatery, The Lantern Bar & Grill.
Motorists and city snowplow drivers are adjusting to the new-look North Street in Pittsfield dotted with flexible markers indicating where a bike lane crosses a crosswalk. A city official admits that city plows did knock down a few of the white posts during this past weekend's storm.
Carr Hardware in Pittsfield receives a special permit for its signature window wraps at its North Street location.
Pittsfield police and firefighters responded to a report of a fire at the White Terrace apartment complex on Thursday afternoon, one week after a “major structure fire” ripped through a building in the complex.
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Bike Path Council will lead a ride up North Street on Sept. 16 as part of a monthlong campaign for bike safety.
“Being in business on North Street is kind of like being really popular in high school, but having really embarrassing parents,” says Jessica Rufo, owner of Dottie's Coffee Lounge at 444 North St. “We're all doing so well, but Mom and Dad are, like, passed out in the living room and, like, their car is always dented up.”
Upon the invitation from The Eagle, Mayor Linda Tyer walked Pittsfield's North Street to discuss the concerns of the business district, which include vandalism, parking tickets, and a lack of police presence.
PITTSFIELD — It’s out with the old and in with the new on North Street.