Tyer will officially take office next week, on Monday, January 4th when she is sworn in.
Christmas Day is expected to be dry with temperatures in the high 50’s.
Some members of the Berkshire County legal community say a lack of judges has led to fewer court sessions and delays in cases.
Town officials say the money will help them find ways to share services with a focus on schools, including professional development and common data systems.
FERC is asking Kinder Morgan to take another look at moving the proposed pipeline to along the Massachusetts Turnpike.
MBI has called into question Wired West’s funding model and plans for shared ownership.
Mountain operators are hopeful the weather will be cold enough later this week to make snow, and in turn, make some money.
The two parties disagree over network ownership and how construction debt will be paid off.
Birge is currently the interim president at Marygrove College in Detroit, and previously served as the President of Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.
A museum focusing on both model railroads and architecture is being planned for Heritage State Park near the city’s downtown. The renovation of the Mohawk Theater is also in the works.
According to The Warren Group, which tracks the Massachusetts real estate market, Hampshire County has seen almost double the number of foreclosures than it did last year.
This latest move follows SABIC’s announcement in October that it was shifting its plastics operation from Pittsfield to Houston next year.
Pittsfield Police launched an internal investigation this summer into Officer Jeffrey Coco, at that time the police union president.
Found guilty of rape in 2003, Ronjon Cameron was sentenced to 12 to 16 years.
Prosecutors and attorneys say fewer district court judges in Berkshire County due to retirements are leading to delays in cases being heard and out-of-town judges coming in to cover sessions.