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MakeItLocal is the trusted consumer resource and area shopping guide for people who live, work or travel to Pittsfield, MA. A complete online directory of local merchants and area service providers, MakeItLocal is an easy way for people to find, connect and support small business in their local communities. Featuring a keyword search of business profiles for products and services, MakeItLocal has everything needed for the home, workplace or on the go in Pittsfield, MA. Popular search categories include: Automotive, Dining, Entertainment, Home Improvement, Health & Medical, Insurance, Legal, Hotels, Transportation and Real Estate

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iBerkshires.com
Pittsfield Wrapping Up Summer Recreation Programs, Looks to Fall
iBerkshires.com
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Parks Department is looking for another program for the fall now that the NFL stopped the Punt, Pass, and Kick program. The youth football competition had been sponsored by the National Football League since 1961. In the spring ...


Spraying set for Thursday in Pittsfield due to West Nile concerns ...
WRGB
Earlier this week, the Massachusetts Health Department confirmed the presence of West Nile virus in two samples of mosquitoes collected in Pittsfield.

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WNYT
Pittsfield police looking for three missing children
WNYT
Police announced 15-year-old Jesselyn Olmo, 11-year-old Adam Pettijohn and 16-year-old Isabella Plankey as missing on Thursday. Advertisement – Content Continues Below. Olmo is described by police as 5-foot-3 and 150 pounds. She has brown hair ...



Berkshire Eagle (subscription)
The Lantern: Lights out in 2 weeks
Berkshire Eagle (subscription)
PITTSFIELD — The Lantern Bar & Grill on North Street, a downtown Pittsfield mainstay for more than half a century, will be closing in two weeks, owner Mark Papas confirmed on Thursday. Papas, whose family has been associated with the business in ...



Berkshire Eagle (subscription)
Journey starts now: High school football season kicks off on Friday
Berkshire Eagle (subscription)
The Taconic football team will have a host of new faces on the team this year after winning the 2016 Western Mass. Division III championship. EAGLE FILE PHOTO. Wahconah head coach Gary Campbell Jr. talks to players on the field after their 34-13 loss ...







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