Pittsfield, MA – Environmentalists in Pittsfield are concerned that erosion from the Williams Stanley Business Park is contaminating local water ways with more PCB's. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz reports
Pittsfield, MA – Pittsfield's Mayor James Ruberto was elected for a fourth term in yesterday's election, the incumbent edged out his challenger by just over 200 votes. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz has the report
North Adams, Ma – Mayor John Barrett of North Adams was defeated last night by challenger Dick Alcombright, ending a 26 year reign over the northern Berkshire city. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz was there
Pittsfield, MA – The William Stanley Business Park in Pittsfield, which was just certified as bio ready, now has 2 interested businesses getting ready to move into the dormant industrial site. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz reports that at least 50 jobs could be created if the two companies commit
Massachusetts – Just 4 months into the 2010 fiscal year, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is facing a 600 million dollar budget gap. In order to achieve a balanced budget, Governor Patrick plans to make almost 300 million dollars worth of cuts to state agencies, and tap in to some reserves to bring in the rest. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz has the report
Pittsfield, MA – The city of Pittsfield has been awarded a bio-ready certification which will help draw in high tech life sciences companies to their dormant business park. Charlie Deitz has the report
Pittsfield, MA – The Soldier On veterans organization broke ground Thursday on a 39 unit independent living facility in Pittsfield. The model is the first of its kind in the nation, and its concept is being celebrated by armed forces advocates across the country. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz was at the groundbreaking
Pittsfield, MA – Fifteen years ago, Hillcrest Educational Centers in Pittsfield, started a private dental clinic for their special needs students. Today that clinic has grown to serve over 6000 members of the community, with more than a dozen agencies on board. Our Berkshire Bureau Chief Charlie Deitz reports that the clinic is still growing .