Travel bans
Should travel bans be decided at the state or local level?
 State Level
 Local Level
(Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle)
Berkshire communities see modest snowfall, quiet streets

LEE >> With nary a customer in sight, Mario Privitera flipped through a magazine while looking out at a snow-covered, virtually deserted Main Street. Full Story
POLICE LOG
Pittsfield Police Log for Monday, Jan. 26

Monday, Jan. 26 12:54 a.m.: A repossessed motor vehicle is towed from the railroad tracks on West Street. Full Story
LOCAL NEWS
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Eagle Mill developers seek tax credits toward $70 million revitalization project

LEE >> Eagle Mill developers have taken the first step toward financing the estimated $70 million revitalization project. Full Story
SPORTS
(Stephanie Zollshan — Berkshire Eagle Staff)
New Lebanon's Hannah French competes against the guys

Senior switches from girls team to try to reach N.Y. sectionals
New Lebanon High School swimmer Hannah French swims against boys in the Berkshire County League. Full Story
LOCAL SPORTS
(Stephanie Zollshan — Berkshire Eagle Staff)
New Lebanon's Hannah French competes against the guys

Senior switches from girls team to try to reach N.Y. sectionals
New Lebanon High School swimmer Hannah French swims against boys in the Berkshire County League. Full Story
Church on the Hill pastor to deliver final sermon
LENOX - After 12 years as pastor of the Church on the Hill, the Rev. Natalie Shiras will preach her final sermon this Sunday morning.

Photo Gallery | Rev. Natalie Shiras Full Story

 
 
Snowstorm sasquatch? Watch out for the Boston yeti

BOSTON (AP) — The monster storm in Boston has brought with it another monster — a yeti. The white, furry phantom has been getting laughs by walking through the blizzard in a sasquatch suit. Full Story
(Kamran Jebreili/AP)
Kevin Spacey skips award shows to help aspiring Arab actors

SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Kevin Spacey skipped the Screen Actors Guild awards, which handed him a win for his wildly popular role on "House of Cards", to watch 34 young actors from across the Arab world perform a play as part of his foundation's Home Grown initiative supporting local talent. Full Story
(Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)
Benedict Cumberbatch sorry for racist remark

“The Imitation Game” actor was trying to address racial inequities in the film business when he referred to “colored actors” during a TV interview.