06/29/2016 10:27 PM EDT - BOSTON >> Responding to instability in the stock market that has shredded revenue estimates for next year, House and Senate leaders on Thursday will seek passage of a $39.
Water main breaks in Williamstown 06/29/2016 09:56 PM EDT - WILLIAMSTOWN >> The Department of Public Works was on the scene working to repair a water main break at the intersection of Arnold and Elm streets on Wednesday night. Full Story
06/29/2016 09:26 PM EDT - BECKET >> After practicing some moves, Erica Davis stood in the middle of the Ben and Estelle Sommers Studio at Jacob's Pillow, shoulders slumped with her head tilted to the side and slightly downward.
06/29/2016 06:47 PM EDT - NORTH ADAMS >> After two minor amendments, the city council passed a resolution on Tuesday imploring Berkshire Health Systems and state officials to open additional addiction treatment services in North Adams.
06/29/2016 06:35 PM EDT - PITTSFIELD >> A city woman being held as dangerous for allegedly threatening a social worker does not pose a danger and should be granted bail, her attorney said Wednesday.
Mass. lawmakers reach agreement to amend budget 06/29/2016 03:39 PM EDT - BOSTON >> House and Senate leaders struck a deal Wednesday on an annual budget bill expected to include spending cuts that were not anticipated in April and May when both branches debated their plans. Full Story
06/29/2016 12:35 PM EDT - ADAMS >> An ambitious contingent of C.T. Plunkett Elementary School fifth-grade students believe the town is an amazing place to live — and they made a video to prove it.
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06/29/2016 05:09 AM EDT - PITTSFIELD — Politicians, business people, community activists and ordinary citizens were among the many who gathered at Hotel on North Tuesday night to get a first glimpse of the proposed Walmart Supercenter at the William Stanley Business Park of the Berkshires.
Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle | photos.berkshireeagle.com
06/29/2016 05:37 AM EDT - PITTSFIELD — Once torn apart by medical, financial and other hardships, two families were reunited with a strengthened bond before an audience of social workers, lawyers, judges and others who helped them get there.
In Potterverse, Mount Greylock is home to wizarding school 06/29/2016 04:45 AM EDT - ADAMS — Potterheads from the Berkshires have reason to rejoice! J.K. Rowling, author of the popular Harry Potter series, revealed Tuesday that the first North American wizarding school was started atop of the state's highest peak — Mount Greylock. Full Story
06/29/2016 05:50 AM EDT - PITTSFIELD — Jerrel L. Hall has exhibited an escalating pattern of "assaultive and erratic behavior" dating back to at least 2003, when he was 11, and should be held without bail.