Taconic High School

Students Meet With Rep. Neal To Talk Gun Reform

Mar 6, 2018
Josh Landes

Around the country, students have been planning walkouts and other protests after the school shooting in Florida last month. On Monday, students in Pittsfield met with one of the top Democrats in the House.

The new Taconic High School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts is nearly halfway built. 

Taconic High School Evacuated, Up In Smoke

Jun 1, 2017
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Taconic High School in Pittsfield was evacuated Wednesday morning after a ventilation system failed and smoke filled a wing of the facility. 

 Work is already underway for the new Taconic High School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
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City and state officials recently celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking of a new high school in Pittsfield. Planning for the school extended through three mayoral administrations.

Work is already underway for the new Taconic High School in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
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City and state officials celebrated the ceremonial groundbreaking of a new high school in Pittsfield Friday.

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City and state officials are celebrating the ceremonial groundbreaking of a new high school in Pittsfield Friday afternoon.

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The mayoral candidates in Pittsfield met for another primetime debate at Berkshire Community College last night. November’s winner will serve the city’s first four-year mayoral term.

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The Massachusetts School Building Authority approved $74 million for the construction of a new Taconic High School in Pittsfield at its monthly meeting Wednesday. The project has been 10 years in the making.

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The Massachusetts School Building Authority approved $74.2 million for a new Taconic High School in Pittsfield during its monthly meeting in Boston Wednesday.  

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The Massachusetts School Building Authority is scheduled to vote on funding for a new Taconic High School in Pittsfield during its monthly meeting in Boston Wednesday.  The meeting begins at 10 a.m.

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The Pittsfield City Council unanimously approved borrowing nearly $121 million for the construction of a new high school Tuesday night. Those in the standing-room only crowd cheered, applauded and released balloons when the 11 yes votes came in.

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The Pittsfield City Council unanimously approved borrowing nearly $121 million for the construction of a new high school Tuesday night. Those in the standing-room only crowd cheered, applauded and released balloons when the 11 yes votes came in.

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Tuesday night will mark one of the most anticipated votes for the Pittsfield City Council in recent years. The 11-member body is tasked with deciding whether or not the city will borrow nearly $121 million for the construction of a new high school.

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As Pittsfield approaches the groundbreaking of an innovation center and the expected approval of a new high school, Mayor Dan Bianchi says the city’s finances are strong.

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After a series of meetings, Pittsfield’s School Building Needs Commission has unanimously approved a $121 million plan for a new Taconic High School.

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The students at Taconic High School in Pittsfield now have a new partner in the business world and it’s just five miles away from their classrooms.

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Members of the Pittsfield City Council and the public recently had a chance to hear plans for a new high school.

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On Wednesday, the Massachusetts School Building Authority board unanimously approved the concept of a new vocational high school in Pittsfield, Mass. The project now enters the design phase.

GoFundMe.com: Save Shakespeare At Taconic

Facing a funding cut, parents and students from a Pittsfield high school are in the midst of a fundraising campaign in hopes of maintaining their presence at an annual theater festival.

Taconic HS and BCC Showcase High-Tech Partnership

Oct 2, 2013
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A western Massachusetts high school is showing off its new high-tech manufacturing equipment.