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    (Photos by Gillian Jones — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Nor'easter on target to pound Berkshires on Thanksgiving Eve

    Government and private forecasters have grown more confident that the Berkshires, most of the rest of New England, and New York state will be walloped by a wintry nor'easter today, one of the year's heaviest travel days.

    Photo Gallery | Big Y Supermarket busy prior to Thanksgiving Eve storm

    Video | Business was brisk on Tuesday at Big Y in Pittsfield  Full Story

    Pittsfield Police Log for Monday, Nov. 25

    Monday, Nov. 25 12:00 a.m. An emergency medical call is received from Edgewood Road. Full Story
    (Gillian Jones — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Berkshire Food Project serves up locally sourced dinner for 180

    NORTH ADAMS >> About 180 people gathered for an old-fashioned, made-from-scratch, family-style Thanksgiving dinner Monday — a dinner that was locally sourced and prepared by more than 30 volunteers.

    Photo Gallery | Berkshire Food Project Thanksgiving Dinner Full Story

    (Eagle file photo - Stephanie Zollshan)
    Bristol, Conn., joins Pittsfield in Futures Collegiate Baseball League

    Bristol Blues replace Nashua Silver Knights in West Division
    PITTSFIELD >> The Pittsfield Suns will welcome a new rival to the Futures League West Division in 2015, as the league has established a franchise in Bristol, Conn. Full Story
    Williams College basketball teams score pre-holiday sweep

    Men beat MCLA in closest game in rivalry since 2000, women top Springfield to improve to 6-0
    WILLIAMSTOWN >> It's going to be a pretty good Thanksgiving for the Williams College basketball teams. Full Story
    Putin's tiger kills 15 goats in northeast China

    BEIJING (AP) — A rare Siberian tiger released into the wild by Russian President Vladimir Putin is keeping farmers in northeastern China on the edge. Full Story
    Garcia Marquez family explains archive decision

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — The family of Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez says the late Colombian novelist's archive was offered only to the University of Texas, which will be the materials' repository. Full Story
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    Bette Midler to Ariana Grande: Clean up your act

    The veteran entertainer complains in an interview that young singers rely too much on selling sex instead of talent.