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PITTSFIELD — City and school leaders are calling on the state to start paying its "fair share" to educate public school students. With the city's tight financial situation poised to only get tighter in the coming years, some leaders here want community members to advocate for a change to the state's education funding formula, which has seen little change since it was created in 1993. more
PITTSFIELD — A local company's bid flew in low for runway repairs at the Pittsfield Municipal Airport. But the firm still must land the deal. more
PITTSFIELD — The Crowne Plaza has another prospective owner, but the winning $1.1 million bid at the second foreclosure auction on Wednesday is almost $3 million less than the bid placed on the 14-floor hotel in February. more
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire investors, don't get ahead of ourselves. Tax reform is far from a sure thing. "It's going to be tough to get the plan through Congress," said Matthew Chester, associate vice president and branch director for The Sherman Group, based in Pittsfield. more
Berkshire Eagle reporter Carrie Saldo is joined by Robert Rizzuto of the Republican and MassLive, Henry Epp from New England Public Radio (NEPR), and George Forcier from the Greenfield Recorder to … more
DALTON — Robert Bishop remembers when the old Dalton High School at 120 First St. was the thriving school he attended as a child.Now, roof drain failures, asbestos issues, flash flooding and rising maintenance costs plague the long-abandoned … more
PITTSFIELD — When Kendell Thompson was released from prison in 2013 after serving a 10-year sentence, the first thing on his mind was executing the plan that he'd made to turn his life around. more
A day after Daron "D.R." Reynolds died, friends described the hip-hop radio host as hard-working, dedicated to his musical craft and a loyal friend.Reynolds, 31, of Cheshire, died Monday after a car he was riding in was involved in a head-on … more
PITTSFIELD — The bulk of the city's potential capital projects next year are centered on wastewater and improving its streets, with beefed up lighting and road upgrades.City Finance Director Matthew Kerwood presented a five year capital … more
MONTEREY — The loudspeakers disrupt the peace and quiet, buses and trucks endanger the children, and the town sees no financial benefit. Those are some of the complaints from the neighbors of Hume New England, a Christian camp in this small town that is expanding its operations and angering its neighbors. more
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