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PITTSFIELDHillcrest St. Patrick's gala raises $50,000Hillcrest Educational Centers raised over $50,000 from its 16th annual St. Patrick's Gala that was held on March 16 at the Country Club of Pittsfield. The event was attended by 109 people. Over … more
PITTSFIELDSinger receives leadership award from Arc of MassachusettsBerkshire County Arc President and CEO, Kenneth W. Singer, received the Joseph Andrade Award for Leadership from the Arc of Massachusetts at that organization's annual meeting on … more
PITTSFIELDBerkshire United Way extends Phase 34 application deadlineThe Berkshire United Way has extended its deadline for qualifying organizations to submit applications for Phase 34 Emergency Food and Shelter Program assistance to noon on Monday, … more
BERKSHIRESState gas prices increase five centsState gas prices have risen five cents this week, and are 24 cents higher than they were at this time last year, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's weekly survey of Massachusetts gas prices on Monday … more
PITTSFIELDCo-op Bank offering home Equity Builder ProgramThe Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is participating in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston's Equity Builder Program (EBP). This program provides first-time homebuyers up to $11,000 in … more
PITTSFIELDOver 300 attend legislative breakfastLegislators, caregivers, individuals and staff from Berkshire County human services agencies attended the 17th annual Legislative Breakfast on March 24 at the ITAM Lodge. Berkshire County Arc President … more
PITTSFIELDPittsfield Co-op Bank offering equity building programThe Pittsfield Cooperative Bank is participating in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston's Equity Builder Program. It provides first time home buyers up to $11,000 in down-payment and … more
MARCH 20-24ADAMSThomas F. and Sandra L. Holzer sold property at 9 Mountain View Drive, Adams, to John F. and Kathryn A. Moore, $220,000.ALFORDConstance E. Kimos, Trustee of Patricia J. Patterson Trust, sold property at 148 Green River Road, Alford, … more
PITTSFIELD — Pick your poison: U.S.-Syrian strife, weak employment numbers, China-U.S. relations. Those are just some of the issues investors had to contend with this week. Despite these potential roadblocks, the averages hung in there, losing … more
By TINA OREM,NerdWalletFor many people, getting a tax refund is like getting a handful of sand: It's virtually impossible to hang on to much of it.But it doesn't have to be that way. You can have the IRS split your refund across a number of … more
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