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PITTSFIELD — Raising a generation of young people shouldn't feel like "churning out little robots."That's how one of more than two dozen educators retiring this spring feels about the current … more
The Eagle presents the Top Stories of 2017, as selected by editors and reporters.CLARKSBURG — Where is Jo Ringer?That question has been plaguing friends and family of 39-year-old Joanne Ringer … more
PITTSFIELD — Red and blue lights blazed, mirrored in a million raindrops as the funeral procession wound its way down Pontoosuc Street toward St. Charles … more
PITTSFIELD — A home on the shore of Pontoosuc Lake received significant damage by a fire Thursday afternoon.No one was injured in the fire, which was reported around noon at the home at 128 … more
With wind-driven snow and visibility down to a quarter mile at times, most Berkshire residents hunkered down at home on Thursday for the first major winter storm of the season.Vehicular and … more
PITTSFIELD — Three Berkshire men are facing multiple charges in connection with a series of break-ins and copper thefts from vacant buildings at Camp Russell in Richmond.Alec P. Vincent, 23, … more
ADAMS — An 85-year-old woman who was found in the middle of Dean Street on Friday morning and pronounced dead soon after is believed to be the victim of a hit-and-run, according to the … more
As political leaders in Washington battle over the future of immigration law and border security, immigrants around the country to feeling the stress of an uncertain future and the fear of arrest and deportation. Brooke Mead, director of the Berkshire Immigrant Center in Pittsfield, says that in her 16 years of working with immigrant populations, "It's definitely the most fearful I have seen people." Mead says Berkshire County is "a welcoming community" for immigrants, but on the national level, she has "never seen such anti-immigrant rhetoric." more
ADAMS — Police Chief Richard Tarsa on Wednesday night took issue with a newspaper account of an incident in which an Adams resident was pulled over by police, ordered to the ground at gunpoint, … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — People who live near a garbage trucking operation say they've had it with early morning noise and diesel fumes from a business they say is violating local laws. more
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