PITTSFIELD — Seven of the eight remaining candidates vying for six seats on the city’s School Committee participated in a community forum on Monday, nearly two weeks before voters head to the polls.
State Rep. Paul Mark, a Peru Democrat first elected in 2010, is running to represent the Berkshires in the state Senate. He has the backing of…
Attention climbers: Have at it. After two years of preparation, Hanging Mountain is open to the public.
Get ready Berkshires: it could be a cold, long, wintery season ahead.
Brian P. McCreary of North Adams, who was photographed at the front of mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, has pleaded guilty to a mi…
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The Berkshire Eagle's daily recap on key COVID-19 data for Berkshire County and the state.
Lenox resident Betsy Dovydenas details her ordeal at the hands of a local pastor.
PITTSFIELD — Enrollment is up slightly this fall at Berkshire Community College as the learning institution continues to deal with challenges presented by the pandemic.
Unusually pleasant weather for the first half of October has transitioned to a normal chill with November only two weeks away.
The threat of wide-spread severe weather — including a tornado — all but fizzled Saturday evening as a line of thunderstorms swept through the Berkshires with some high winds and heavy downpours.
The National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y. issued a tornado warning for the northern part of the county around 6 p.m. However, no tornado touchdown and authorities in North Berkshire reported on Sunday no significant damage from the storms.
A 69-year-old woman avoided injury after she was chased down by a New York man driving a stolen Nissan on Dawes Avenue Wednesday morning, police said in a report. The defendant, 25-year-old Ame J. Dennis, is being held without bail and was ordered to undergo a mental health competency examination.
For the most part, the booster club has been relatively exclusive – limited largely to people who got two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during the original rollout, and only specific subsets of those recipients.
The Food and Drug Administration last week issued new guidelines for daily salt consumption based on what was termed an epidemic of dietary illnesses. Few Americans will like thinking about the sodium content of what they eat because Americans love salt. But how much is too much?
Accountability is critical to the success of any organization, particularly the key role your leaders need to play by holding themselves and others accountable. But, it’s not so easy to do in part, I think, because of the fear of confrontation that is part of American culture.
BOSTON (AP) — A street musician who performed a rendition of John Legend's hit “All of Me" in Boston over the weekend had one particularly app…
BOSTON (AP) — A civil rights group filed a federal complaint Monday on behalf of a Haitian American group in Boston over the treatment of near…
In her new single, Pittsfield-native R&B singer Raiche dives into handling insincere apologies from your significant other, knowing your self-worth and finding the strength to move on. Raiche is a force to be reckoned with, in more ways than one.
The 22nd FilmColumbia Festival at the Crandell Theatre will offer its trademark collection of movies that have made a splash at festivals around the nation and world this year, some of which will be heard from again when awards season arrives in a couple of months. The festival will screen just under 40 films from Oct. 22 to 31.
The division between the worlds of craft, decorative and fine arts has been slowly dissolving for the past decade. A new exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art aims to shatter what's left of those barriers.
"Ceramics in the Expanded Field," opening Saturday, Oct. 16, brings together eight artists who integrate ceramics with other artistic practices, including photography, video, painting and performance.
Columnist John Seven's latest streaming service recommendations include "The Last Word" on Netflix and Peacock's "We Are Lady Parts."
Ken and Michelle Geitz own a small, quirky store, "Where'd You Get That!?" in Williamstown that features unusual toys, gifts and games. Transplanted New Yorkers, the Gietz have kept their business running for 30 years.
Alexandra Dest is the founder and CEO of Willow Investments of Pittsfield, a company that reflects her core beliefs that include what she refers to as "loving change."
Bjorn Somlo, who owns two restaurants in the Berkshires and has received acclaim for his work as a chef, expresses his opinions on food, the restaurant business, and how current building codes can hamper development in Gateway Cities like Pittsfield in this week's executive spotlight.
NORTH ADAMS — Elli Miles scored four goals as the Drury girls kept their season humming right along with a 6-0 drubbing on Pioneer Valley.
Wahconah's Pat McLaughlin wins the Western Mass. Division II individual championship by one shot over three golfers, including Taconic's Nate Murphy. McLaughlin and Murphy will play in the state championship next week in Wayland.
WILLIAMSTOWN — For Senior Day at Waubeeka Golf Links, Mount Greylock loaded up with Cayden Conry, Alex Axt and Cameron Turner leading the Moun…
PITTSFIELD — Pittsfield High rolled by neighboring Taconic on Saturday morning at Kirvin Park as part of a city rivalry doubleheader with the girls.