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An unusual power of the Pittsfield City Council — the charter objection — ended the final budget debate before it began. Confused by that term and want to know what it all means? Check out our explainer.
In the 90-minute debate, the four incumbents and two challengers vying for the At Large City Council seats responded to a series of 12 questions on housing, policing, economic development and hot button topics like the North Street bike lanes, the Verizon Wireless cell tower and the city's trash system.
Candidate for the four at large City Council seats met in a Wednesday night debate to discuss the city's school district, economic future, climate change and government accountability just one month before the election.
LENOX — A local couple and a Pittsfield city official were honored by the Berkshire United Way on Tuesday night for their annual contributions…
PITTSFIELD — Elevator repairs at City Hall have delayed the City Council’s return to in-person meetings, the council president said Thursday.
PITTSFIELD — A $67.3 million school spending plan received preliminary approval from the City Council on Monday, when councilors zeroed in on …
PITTSFIELD — The City Council jumps into its first budget hearings this week, launching the city’s annual debates over municipal spending.
PITTSFIELD — There is a new face on the Pittsfield School Committee, after two other would-be candidates pulled their names from consideration.
PITTSFIELD — This week, elected leaders will appoint someone to fill a vacancy declared on the School Committee.