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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
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, North Adams Chamber of Commerce and the city of North Adams announce that this year's annual Fall Day of Service will take place from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, … more
NORTH ADAMS — The city has reached an agreement to sell the former Department of Public Works headquarters to Cumberland Farms, but the deal hinges on the cost of any potential environmental … more
PITTSFIELD — Better sidewalks, safer roads, a youth center and supporting innovative small businesses were the hot button topics the eight City Council candidates in the four contested ward … more
LENOX — One of the country's leading suppliers of products to the health and fitness industry has moved its administrative headquarters out of its warehouse in Lee to a small office building on Pittsfield Road. 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 — Good news on the foreclosure front elsewhere in Massachusetts is pinching a Berkshire County program. Brad Gordon, executive director of the Berkshire County Regional Housing … more
PITTSFIELD — An Adams man is being held without bail for allegedly breaking into a woman's Great Barrington apartment, assaulting her and holding her and her 5-year-old son against their will … more
A 6.6-megawatt solar array on Partridge Road in Lanesborough would have been one of the largest Eversource had built.But the company abandoned the project because of interconnection issues — the capacity produced would be too much for existing … 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
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