Planetary doppelganger
Will scientists discover life on Kepler-186f?
 Yes.
 No.
 Not in our lifetime.
 I don't care.
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Move allows Ecu-Health Care to continue serving Northern Berkshire

NORTH ADAMS -- The closing of North Adams Regional Hospital hasn't stopped Ecu-Health Care from helping Northern Berkshire County residents access health insurance. Full Story
POLICE LOG
Pittsfield Police log for Wednesday, April 16

Wednesday, April 16 n 2:57 a.m.: Police respond to a motor vehicle accident on North Street. Full Story
LOCAL NEWS
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Sullivan Elementary sixth graders deliver Earth Day messages

NORTH ADAMS -- Visitors to local businesses this week are learning how to "go green" thanks to a group of Sullivan Elementary School students. Full Story
SPORTS
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Wahconah softball finds its timing, rallies to beat Greylock 6-4

DALTON -- Allie Borowsky found her rhythm on the pitching mound after four innings Thursday, and an otherwise-harmless walk may have allowed Wahconah's softball lineup to get Heather Tomkowicz out of her rhythm. Full Story
Sullivan Elementary sixth graders deliver Earth Day messages
NORTH ADAMS -- Visitors to local businesses this week are learning how to "go green" thanks to a group of Sullivan Elementary School students. Full Story

 
 
This opera singer treated Paris commuters to a surprise performance

At times, opera singer Christophe Ménager likes to treat commuters in the Paris metro to a performance. In this comedic piece of opera, he clearly enjoys singing to passers-by. Full Story
Gmail makes sending mobile photos easier

Now, you can insert an assortment of pictures or photo albums directly into email, resize them within the message and make sharing with friends and family less of a time-consuming process overall. Full Story
'Bears': Survival is the bare necessity (review)

Wildlife documentary pros Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey follow their well-established format of anthropomorphizing animals with human names, motivations and emotions, while still providing educational information and visuals so stunning, you'll wonder how they were shot. Full Story