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A condemned property on Von Nida Avenue in Pittsfield will remain standing for at least another year, offering a window into the city's slow-moving demolition process. It isn't the only ruined home that haunts neighborhoods in the city.
Free at-home rapid COVID-19 test kits are now available for city residents.
Health Department Director Andy Cambi used rarely uttered words to sum up his most recent coronavirus update for Pittsfield: good news.
The state's Department of Environmental Protection will host a hearing this week to decide the fate of the Pittsfield Generating power plant that local environmental groups have been pushing to shut down for much of the last year.
The Pittsfield Public School district sent second graders at Morningside Elementary School home through Thanksgiving after an outbreak was detected among students.
Citing a "lack of cooperation" from officials at the post office, Pittsfield officials alerted the public Friday afternoon that at least four employees of the Fenn Street facility have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent weeks.
The city has received four applications from candidates seeking to succeed Gina Armstrong as Pittsfield's health director, according to health department officials. Interim Health Director Cambi said on Wednesday the four sets of cover letters and resumes came in before last week's submission deadline. The Board of Health will start reviewing the applications soon.
PITTSFIELD — Though the agenda hasn’t been made clear, members of an elected board in Pittsfield want to talk to the company whose new cell to…