• Cancellations and Delays for Feb. 2 - 02/01/2015 06:50 PM EST
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    Pre-Olympic poll
    Would you vote to approve the potential Boston Olympics?
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    (Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Child with rare leukemia celebrates special second birthday with family in Dalton

    Boy with rare leukemia who was given months to live celebrates with family
    DALTON >> On a daily basis, Mark Johnson and Kenzie Wood remind themselves to live life and see the world through the eyes of their child. Full Story
    POLICE LOG
    Pittsfield Police log for Thursday, Jan. 29

    Thursday, Jan. 29 12:15 a.m.: A disturbance is reported on Howard Street. Unfounded. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    (Gillian Jones — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Williamstown Youth Center's Snowfest funds program scholarships

    WILLIAMSTOWN >> Five-year-old Noah Levy was unsure what he was going to tackle first at Snowfest 2015 on Sunday afternoon. Full Story
    SPORTS
    (Matthew Sprague - The Berkshire Eagle)
    Lupiani sets Mount Everett wrestling win record at Mountie Invitational

    Host Mount Greylock finishes third as team, with Taconic fourth; Bailey, Pelletier among champions
    WILLIAMSTOWN >> Bradley Lupiani had just made Mount Everett Regional High School history — though you wouldn't have known it from talking to him Saturday evening. Full Story
    LOCAL SPORTS
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    Carter Stripp wins world junior snowshoeing championship

    Mount Greylock senior, 17, prevails in International Snowshoeing Federation 5-K event in Quebec City
    Carter Stripp said there are moments when he still can't believe he is a world snowshoe-racing champion. Full Story
    Cancellations and Delays for Feb. 2
    Closings and Delays for Monday, Feb. 2  Closed (Schools): Adams-Cheshire Regional (CT Plunkett, Cheshire Elementary, Hoosac Valley) Clarksburg Elementary Gabriel Abbott Memorial School (Floriday) Hancock Elementary Lee Public Schools North Adams Public Schools Richmond Consolidated St. Full Story

     
     
    Suspicious package at NYC bus station filled with 1K condoms

    NEW YORK (AP) — Police say a suspicious package left behind a concrete barrier of a New York City bus station didn't contain any explosives but did have some unexpected contents — 1,000 individually packaged condoms for both men and women. Full Story
    (Michael Conroy/AP)
    Idina Menzel, John Legend shine ahead of Super Bowl

    Ms. "Frozen" was on fire at the Super Bowl. Idina Menzel belted out an outstanding live rendition of the national anthem ahead of the big game Sunday in Phoenix. Full Story