Local views
Are local views or landscapes more important than siting green energy infrastructure?
(Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle | photos.berkshireeagle.com)
First snow in Berkshires makes roads slick; drivers need reminder

Take it easy: Police report multiple minor crashes as drivers adjust to slippery condition
The season's first snowfall Thursday had some motorists — especially given the virtually snowless winter of 2016 — forgetting how to drive in wintery precipitation.

Photo Gallery | October 27th snowfall Full Story

Pittsfield Police log

Friday, Oct. 21 8:22 a.m.: A report of an assault at Elizabeth Street and Bay State Road. Full Story
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Lenoxology's legacy: Letting a town sell itself

After town abandoned motto, Bob Romeo scooped it up and ran with it
LENOX — Lenoxology lives on. The marketing slogan, briefly adopted by the town before it was abandoned in mid-2012 following a chilly reception from many locals, is reincarnated in at a Berkshire-centric apparel and gift shop, The 1767 Lenoxology Store, on Church Street in the heart of the historic business district. Full Story
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High school football Week 8 preview: Teams get one last shot to secure playoff spot

In final week of regular season, four games provide plenty of potential subplots
Heading into the final week of the football regular season, several Berkshire County teams are fighting to become eligible and hopefully qualify for the Western Massachusetts tournaments. Full Story
Baker relents, for now, on unilateral budget cuts
BOSTON — Democratic legislative leaders this week urged Gov. Charlie Baker to delay mid-year budget cuts and Baker aides on Thursday outlined "alternative measures" his administration would take to close a $294 million deficit without slashing spending four months into the year. Full Story