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STOCKBRIDGE — There were as many stories at the annual Naturalization Ceremony at the Norman Rockwell Museum on Saturday as there were people who were naturalized. That would be 21 new Americans, from 17 countries, five continents and 10 … more
PITTSFIELD — Faces veiled, protesters on Saturday congregated at Park Square to once again decry the sale of 40 pieces of art by the Berkshire Museum. The artworks, including a pair of Norman Rockwell pieces, will be auctioned in November at … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The town is tightening its oversight over the massive, $4 million restoration project to dredge and remove invasive Eurasian milfoil weeds from portions of the 372-acre Stockbridge Bowl.After recently resolving a billing dispute … more
NORTH ADAMS — More than four years after voters approved it, the renovation of the former Silvio O. Conte Middle School is officially complete. The $29.2 million project saw the building's transformation into Colegrove Park Elementary School, … more
PITTSFIELD — A candidate for the Ward 5 seat on City Council withdrew his candidacy on Friday. Billy Keane, who had planned to challenge incumbent Donna Todd Rivers, said a family matter arose that needed attending to. "Sometimes family has to … more
PITTSFIELD — Those dealing with the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey don't need prom dresses and winter coats.While those donating such items have the best intentions, said state Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier, D-Pittsfield, unnecessary items … more
PITTSFIELD — "Healthcare Reform: Where Do We Go From Here?" It's a timely topical question that is also the title of a forum that filled a room at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Wendell Avenue on Thursday night.The Berkshire Citizens for … more
Florida residents are bracing themselves as Hurricane Irma heads their way. Many people with Berkshire County ties have made Florida their home and when The Eagle newsroom reached out to find out how they are preparing, they responded.The Eagle's … more
PITTSFIELD — The city's Human Rights Commission will host an event on Sunday aimed at raising awareness about what it means to be Asian-American and living in Massachusetts.The first humans to walk on North American soil came from a long-lost … more
LENOX — A colorful relic of the town's storied Gilded Age era comes alive Saturday when the Colonial Carriage and Driving Society, based at Orleton Farm in Stockbridge, presents the 25th Lenox Tub Parade since the event was revived in 1990. … more
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