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    The Interview screens
    Do you plan to see The Interview ?
    (photos by gillian jones — the berkshire eagle)
    Berkshire volunteers serve hot Christmas dinner to hundreds

    In Pittsfield: American Legion Post 68 serves up 478 meals to residents In North Adams: 300 were expected for Be Our Guest Christmas Dinner
    PITTSFIELD >> The Christmas spirit was alive and well on Thursday as Berkshire residents continued annual traditions of serving up hot meals. Full Story
    Pittsfield police blotter for Monday, Dec. 22, and Tuesday, Dec. 23

    Monday, Dec. 22 4:54 a.m. Police respond to Tanner Street for an emergency medical call. Full Story
    "The Interview": Controversial film coming to local cinemas

    Hoping to see "The Interview" over the weekend? In North Adams, you might be able to catch the show on the big screen as soon as Christmas Day. Full Story
    (Stephanie Zollshan — Berkshire Eagle Staff)
    All-Eagle golf: Omelenchuck earns MVP honor with strong senior season

    Eagle MVP ends strong senior season with great rounds at Western Mass., state tournaments
    Taconic High School's Mitch Omelenchuck saved his best for last, which is saying something considering his entire senior season was impressive. Full Story
    Williams is second in Directors Cup competition

    MIT holds narrow lead over Ephs in Division III Directors Cup competition
    CLEVELAND >> Williams College is ranked second in the Learfield Sports National Association of College Directors of Athletics Directors Cup Division III standings. Full Story
    Early childhood funds miss Berkshires, but educators focused on improving programs
    A recent release of federal funds for early childhood programs missed the Berkshires, but educators here say the county is focused on tracking and improving access to and enhancing the quality of programs and care for children under the age of 5. Full Story

    Paws by Claus: Santa delivers for animal shelter

    MADISON, N.J. (AP) — Santa Claus went to work on Christmas Day for an animal shelter. Santa delivered dogs and cats as presents for the St. Full Story