It's been a summer of brownish drinking water. Now people are so fed up they got up on the railroad trestle to protest.
A 19-year-old male was shot and injured on Adam Street next to the Cumberland Farms on Tuesday afternoon. He was taken to Berkshire Medical Center for treatment.
When an Eversource worker checked on an electrical problem at 72 Jackson Road in Savoy a couple years back, he found wires to the electric meter box had melted. Two years later, that oddity is being litigated in Berkshire Superior Court, after the owner of the home and others were arrested for the illegal cultivation of marijuana.
The company, New England Alchemy, does not have plans to re-file for a new permit in the city.
The town has no police force of its own, so the Lee barracks sent a state officer to offer help by pinpointing hot spots for stepped-up patrols.
City officials on Wednesday will discuss the duties and salaries for two social workers, and a batch of new co-responders, who will help strengthen Pittsfield's response to people in mental health crisis.
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Eagle columnist Richard Reiss writes about the raw emotion and proud fatherly love that comes with seeing his son, who has dealt with emotional turmoil and substance abuse for much of his life, chart a new and healthier path for himself.
RICHMOND — We have 50 United States Senators who don’t care whether my great-grandchildren will be able to go out and play. If those kids surv…
Mitchell Chapman writes: "The inconvenient truth is that congestion improves public safety. While it might irritate drivers, it forces slower speeds and safe driving habits. When smooth, congestion-free rides for automobiles are prioritized in our roads, we create environments that encourage speed, which comes at the expense of everything and everyone else sharing the road with cars."
Lauren Stevens writes: "The Housatonic River is still the lovely spine of two-thirds of Berkshire County. Definitions of citizenship could include asking not what the river has done for us, which is self-evident, but what we could do for the river, which remains to be demonstrated."
Michael Cox, a Boston police veteran who was brutally beaten by fellow officers while chasing a suspect and fought against efforts to cover up his assault, was sworn in Monday as commissioner of the police department.
BOSTON — The state board of education voted Monday to raise the minimum score that this year’s incoming freshman class and at least the four c…
A book signing and launch for "Lapsed Quaker Ware" by artist James Turrell and Irish ceramicist Nicholas Mosse will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, in the Brick Dwelling at Hancock Shaker Village.
MassHire Berkshire Career Center will recognize 70 Youth Works participants at the 18th annual Youth Works Celebration taking place Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 17-19, at the Berkshire Career Center, 160 North St.
Ace, the central figure in Darcy Parker Bruce’s three-character sketch of a play, “To the Moon and Back” at Chester Theatre Company, is looking for a miracle. She is hoping to find it on the moon.
Director David Auburn has done a truly remarkable thing with his Berkshire Theatre Group production of “Dracula,” several in fact. His chief accomplishment has been to make a 1927 horror-melodrama feel fresh and now simply by respecting the play’s past and honoring its conventions.
For weeknight cooking, the cooks at Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street love seared fish. That's because it usually cooks in half the time as chicken. But it’s a fine line between cooked and completely dried out.
Modest, self-effacing, generous, broad-minded and supremely gifted, Yo-Yo Ma has devoted his life to improving the world — not just by playing his cello, but by bringing the world together.
Actor David Adkins talks about his life in the profession, why he's pursues it, and what the rewards he gets from it.
It was a bounce-back performance on Tuesday, as Pittsfield finished pool play 3-1 to win the National Division. The 13s get Wednesday off before Thursday night's semis.
On Tuesday at Stockbridge Golf Club, Judi Willette shot a 4-over 75 to claim the Allied Women's Singles championship, holding off defending champion Cheryl Krueger and a strong field.
Cavan Brady looks back on helping the Martha's Vineyard Sharks win the NECBL championship.
The Thunder successfully defended their 35-Plus Division championship over the weekend.