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Nicole "Nikki" Dimitropolis left nursing school to become a hair stylist and has no regrets.
Alla Zernitskaya will direct her final spring concert with the middle and high school orchestras at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at Zion Lutheran Church. Alumni are invited to join in playing a final piece together at the end of the concert. A reception toasting her retirement will follow.
Alec MacGillis honors Charles “Chuck” Gilson, an "extraordinary teacher, the mad monk" who taught at Pittsfield High School in the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s.
Attorney Wendy Taylor Linscott, a longtime community advocate and member of The Berkshire Eagle’s advisory board, died on Tuesday at Berkshire Medical Center of complications from a rare form of cancer. She was 74.
The increasing popularity of the THS vocational programs led THS principal Matt Bishop, PHS principal Henry Duval and Assistant Superintendent of Career and Technical Education Tammy Gage to introduce a proposal: make THS entirely vocational either by next fall or the fall of the 2023-2024 school year.
Raised in Pittsfield, Luke Massery now leads the music ministry at St. Joseph Catholic Church, in Strongsville, Ohio. His work to help reintroduce forms of ancient music and text to the Catholic Mass has won him accolades from music directors across the country.
On Thursday night, the Pittsfield High girls basketball team lost to North Reading 61-49 in the MIAA Division III State Tournament's Round of 32.