(Photos by Jenn Smith / Berkshire Eagle Staff / photos.berkshireeagle.com)
Physics lesson gives Herberg students taste for car design
PITTSFIELD -- Macaroni necklaces are out. "Pasta pods" are in. Seventh-grade science students at Herberg Middle School have embraced the challenge to create race cars out of pasta, wooden skewers and hot glue in the name of physics, and perhaps a little classroom competition. Full Story
Live blog: Western Mass. Division III basketball championships
Hoosac Valley girls vs. Sabis, 2:15 p.m. and Hoosac Valley boys vs. Sabis, 4 p.m.
Full coverage of today's Western Mass. D-III basketball title games featuring both the Hoosac Valley boys and girls. Full Story
Sabis stops Hoosac Valley boys basketball in W. Mass. D-III title game
AMHERST -- Hoosac Valley’s calling card on offense all boys basketball season has been its inside-outside attack. Full Story
Great Barrington: Historical Society program on Searles Castle
Local historian and former Searles Castle docent David Rutstein will present "Searles Castle: Before and During Construction 1883-1888" at the Great Barrington Historical Society meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at the John Dewey Academy, Searles Castle, 389 Main St. Full Story
(Courtesy Photo/Library of Congress, Prints...)
Who are these soldiers? After 150 years, we now know.
The Library of Congress, which owns the rare tintype, had described it as an "unidentified company of soldiers" anonymous Yankees whose stories and fates seemed forgotten. Full Story
'Budapest Hotel's' Wes Anderson, Ralph Fiennes had no reservations about collaboration
If Wes Anderson were a country, he would border on art, the fantastical, nostalgia, whimsy and kitsch. Full Story