Newly-elected Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continued her first tour of Western Massachusetts after being sworn-in by hearing from constituents in the Berkshires. WAMC’s Lucas Willard reports...
At Pittsfield City Hall, Warren met with lawmakers, and local officials, where they discussed a variety of topics including the county’s infrastructure, public safety, education, and economic development.
Earlier today the Senator opened a new office in Springfield, but while in Pittsfield she said she will establish open lines of communication to the Western-most areas of the state.
Warren also made stops along South Street in Pittsfield, including the Berkshire Museum and Colonial Theatre.