Tourism money
Should Gov. Baker cut tourism funding in the state budget?
 Yes
 No
(Ben Garver — The Berkshire Eagle)
2015 Berkshire Career Fair draws more than job seekers

PITTSFIELD — More than 250 people stopped by the Berkshire Hills Country Club on Thursday for the 2015 Berkshire Career Fair, but they weren't all looking for jobs.

Photo Gallery | 2015 Berkshire Career Fair

Video | 52 booths at the 2015 Berkshire Career Fair  Full Story

POLICE LOG
Pittsfield Police log for Wednesday, March 4

Wednesday, March 4 7:15 a.m.: A motor vehicle accident with no personal injury is reported on East Street. Full Story
LOCAL NEWS
(Photo courtesy of Jeremy Cowart)
Indigo Girls to headline expanded SummerSound Live@Tanglewood

LENOX — As a high-energy jolt to the area's summer pop music scene, the Tanglewood grounds will host an expanded, two-day music festival over Memorial Day weekend in conjunction with the 6th annual the Memorial Day Races. Full Story
SPORTS
(Matthew Sprague - The Berkshire Eagle)
Wahconah hockey falls to Chicopee Comp in Western Mass. III-A final

Hat trick by Jeremy Lewis leads Colts to 4-2 win; Warriors' bid to repeat is foiled
This year, Wahconah's hockey team didn't have a stunning third-period comeback. Full Story
LOCAL SPORTS
(Jeremy Roberts — Daily Hampshire Gazette)
South Hadley eliminates Pittsfield behind Earle's 38 points

South Hadley's star guard scores 38 points to lead the Tigers past the Generals
AMHERST >> Like often happens in the NCAA Tournament, a hot-shooting player can carry his team the distance. Full Story
Lenox students' survey, documentary both examine gender, identity
LENOX — None of the scenes in the new nationally premiering documentary film "The Mask You Live In" were filmed in the Berkshires, but local teens and adults are finding the issues of gender and identity that the film focuses on hit close to home. Full Story

 
 
(Anonymous/AP)
Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles dies at 88

NEW YORK (AP) — Albert Maysles, the acclaimed documentary filmmaker who helped pioneer feature-length nonfiction movies that used lightweight, hand-held cameras to spontaneously record the lives of both the famous and the unexamined, has died. Full Story
(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Harrison Ford undergoes surgery after plane crash

The “Star Wars” actor broke his arm and pelvis Thursday when he crash-landed his small plane on a golf course near the Santa Monica Airport.