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Don Morrison searches for the goal of current U.S. foreign policy. What he finds is not encouraging. About this Podcast: Don Morrison is an author, lecturer, member of The Berkshire Eagle's Advisory … more
The mayors of Pittsfield and North Adams have called on federal lawmakers representing the Berkshires to support legislation to "bring a swift end" to the separation of parents and children at the … more
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PITTSFIELD — Dressed in cap and gown, JT Spencer expected to graduate high school 15 years ago. Instead on graduation day, school officials pulled him out of the commencement procession line, … more
PITTSFIELD — One of two charges will be dropped in the case of an Adams man accused of striking and killing an 85-year-old woman and providing misleading information to police.David Sookey Jr., … more
SAVOY — Two Berkshires communities bringing up the rear on last-mile internet access have picked a business partner — one that would not cost local taxpayers a dime. Now, Florida and … more
PITTSFIELD — A staffer at the former Eagleton School admitted to kicking a student in the shin in December 2015, an act his attorney called self-defense.Peter Meadow, 53, of Lenox, had his case … more
NORTH ADAMS — Advocates hope that a newly formed men's group will fill a gap in domestic violence prevention programs in North Adams.The group has held its first meeting and will gather again … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — There the high school sits, dark and sometimes leaking, with "retirement home curtains" shut to insulate the single-pane windows — at least in winter.The Monument … more
LENOX — Even though prospects for a major $10 million commercial solar farm in town have dimmed, the developers still hope to find a new site for their proposed seven-megawatt project.A plan by … more
CHESHIRE — Sturdy footwear, check. Work gloves, check. Hand tools, check. Bottled water and bug repellent, double check. The checklist complete, 12 adults and three children on Saturday hiked a rugged mile of the Appalachian Trail from Furnace Hill Road to the Cheshire Cobbles' summit to ensure a safer, more pristine A.T. One volunteer group trimmed or removed tree saplings on their way to the summit and improved the stone/log water bars that divert rain off the trail to prevent erosion. more
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