• Trump Plaza shuts down - 09/16/2014 06:45 AM EDT
    Drive-thru dilemma
    Should St. Mary s be sold to Dunkin Donuts?
     I don't care
    (Ben Garver / Berkshire Eagle Staff / photos.berkshireeagle.com)
    Districts seeing surge in students taking, passing AP courses

    LEE -- In 2012, the number of Lee High School students to score 3 or better out of 5 on Advanced Placement tests in math, English and science was three. Photo Gallery | HIgh School Advance Placement offerings to expand Full Story
    Pittsfield police log for Friday, Sept. 12 - Sunday, Sept. 14

    Friday, Sept. 12 1:20 a.m.: A restraining order violation is reported at Christopher Arms on Columbus Avenue. Full Story
    (Gillian Jones / Berkshire Eagle Staff / photos.berkshireeagle.com)
    PGA Pro Peter Jacobsen uses golf as a tool to aid youth

    PITTSFIELD -- Under bright sunshine, 150 golfers spent Monday playing the lush greens and fairways of the Country Club of Pittsfield to raise nearly $50,000 for the Pittsfield Boys & Girls Club. Full Story
    (Matthew Sprague / Berkshire Eagle Staff)
    Hoosac Valley girls soccer earns 5-1 win over Taconic

    PITTSFIELD -- Hoosac Valley girls soccer coach Kirstin Holmgren didn't think her Hurricanes really clicked offensively until the second half Monday. Full Story
    (Gillian Jones)
    NBC golf commentator Peter Jacobsen holds clinic in Pittsfield

    PITTSFIELD -- NBC golf commentator Peter Jacobsen was sitting in a tower on Sunday above the 16th green at the Atlanta Athletic Club when Billy Horschel stroked a 30-foot putt that all but clinched an $11 million-plus payday. Full Story
    Arrest in robbery of autistic man in Connecticut

    STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — A 27-year-old Connecticut man has been charged with stealing $100 in birthday money from an autistic man in a crime that was captured by video cameras. Full Story
    (Tiffany Brown/AP)
    Nik Wallenda to tightrope walk over Chicago River

    CHICAGO (AP) — Daredevil Nik Wallenda said Tuesday that his next tightrope walk will be more than 50 stories high from one high-rise building to another over the Chicago River. Full Story