Correction

05/16/2015 02:06 PM EDT
Gerald Soucie, 22, of Old Columbia Street, Adams, was found not guilty of three counts of violating an abuse prevention order and two counts of assault and battery. 
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05/09/2015 03:04 PM EDT - Due to an editing error, Lenox School Committee candidate Pam Kueber's website address included an erroneous hyphen in a story in the Saturday edition of The Eagle. Full Story

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04/18/2015 01:49 PM EDT - Two of the four victims hurt in Thursday night's three-car crash in North Adams had no involvement in the drag race that police believe was responsible for the wreck. Full Story

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04/04/2015 02:56 PM EDT - A group of climate activists begin their walk across the state on Wednesday at the South Congregational Church on South Street in Pittsfield. Full Story

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04/03/2015 03:35 PM EDT - A group of climate activists begin their walk across the state on Wednesday at the First Congregational Church on South Street in Pittsfield. Full Story

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03/13/2015 03:43 PM EDT - Anne Bogart's presentation on "A Rite" will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in the Sawyer Library at Williams College. Full Story

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02/28/2015 04:51 PM EST - Getting the word out about advances at St. Joseph Central High School is one of its principal challenges. Full Story

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01/30/2015 06:28 PM EST - A contributing factor in the recent outbreak of influenza is that the H3N2 strain, one of the three most common types of flu, has mutated, reducing the vaccine's effectiveness. Full Story

Clarification
01/24/2015 06:48 PM EST - The contract with Inter-Fluve for the design of the Hoosic River project is for less than $420,000; $500,000 is the amount allocated in the MA Energy and Environment Bond Bill for all aspects of the design/permitting phase of the project. Full Story

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11/15/2014 08:57 PM EST - A skybox in Saturday's Berkshire Eagle for a story on Tanglewood's 2015 season should have read "Big is bigger, says Eagle music critic. Full Story

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Suit: Competitor's smiley face cookies 'confusingly similar'

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The cookies may be smiling, but the restaurants are not. A Pennsylvania chain says in a lawsuit that the smiley face cookies made by a Chicago-based baker are "confusingly similar" to its own trademarked treats. Full Story
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Duggar son apologizes after molestation accusations surface

Josh Duggar, one of the cast members of the TLC reality show '19 Kids and Counting,' was accused of molesting five young girls, including his sister, as a teenager; no charges were filed. He reportedly takes responsibility in an issued statement.