EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: Having invested all its resources in getting to its debut weekend in 2016, the nonprofit Berkshire Carousel lost ridership the next two seasons and didn't see a fourth. As a new chapter nears, a look back at why a project that drew 400 volunteers failed to take root.
Nor'easter expected? Blizzard in the forecast? Either prediction is a sure sign that media outlets will dig up photos and facts from historic storms of years past. Sure to be included are the Blizzard of 1888 and the Blizzard of 1978. But were those the worst storms to hit the Berkshires? To find out, we hit The Eagle's archives.
This weekend's predicted nor'easter has us stocking up, just in case. Whether we get snowed in or not, here's a few recipes you can make — besides French toast — with all that bread and milk you bought.
Just in time for this week's snowstorm, here are 15 popular and free places to go sledding in the Berkshires.
The Berkshire Eagle's daily recap on key COVID-19 data for Berkshire County and the state.
The leader of Pine Cobble School said the community is "devastated" by the news that a former teacher, Peter Hirzel, is being charged with repeated aggravated sexual assault of a child under the age of 16 — his former student.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- A third man is sent to prison in the stabbing death of Pittsfield barber William Catalano
- Pine Cobble School 'devastated' after former teacher charged with sexual assault of his former student
- Two companies allegedly ran a 'rent-to-own' scam involving North Adams properties. They settled a state lawsuit
- Wahconah boys basketball rallies in second half to top Bi-County East rival Hoosac Valley
- Pittsfield native Mike Tierney has been nominated (again) for a Grammy
- Pittsfield's Nick Avanzato named director of Minor League Operations with the New York Yankees
- A Lenox hotel owner has concerns about plans for an affordable housing complex nearby. Now the two are seeking middle ground
- Massachusetts Trial Court settles woman's sexual harassment claims against Pittsfield drug court judge for $425,000
- Dalton native and former Wahconah standout Meghan De los Reyes earning her head coaching stripes as with Eastern New Mexico University women
- Waiting to find out how much snow we'll see this weekend? Take a look back at these legendary Berkshire snowstorms
- 7 recipes to make on a snow day with all that bread and milk you bought
- Photos: Lee boys basketball beats Franklin Tech
- 10 slowcooker recipes for cold nights
- Photos: Items from the city's history, found at the North Adams Museum of History and Science
- Photos: Monument Mountain boys basketball hosts Baystate Academy
- Photos: Today in History for Jan. 9
- Photos: Today in History for Jan. 29
- Photos: Voyage to the Deep at the Berkshire Museum brings visitors inside Jules Verne's legendary Nautilus submarine
Market prices change along with future expectations. Those expectations change with the news. The news is unknown until it emerges, so, stock market valuations change as the news changes, good or bad. This usually happens quickly.
This is the story of a woman. In telling her story — from slave to free woman — we also tell the story of a place – from colony to country. Le…
No one in our region, Massachusetts or the United States should be food insecure.
When the Tri-Town Boards of Health invited people to discuss a proof of vaccination policy at restaurants, some of the reaction was off the wall.
Gov. Charlie Baker plans to be back in Massachusetts to provide an update on the coming winter storm at a 5 p.m. Friday news conference from the State House.
The Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy is polling its members on legislation that appears to address the persistent issues with host community…
BOSTON (AP) — Boston's vaccination mandate won't go into effect on Monday for some city workers, following a judge's order Thursday.
The Finance Committee and Selectboard will hold a series of joint budget meetings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Feb. 1, 2, 8 and 9, via Zoom, to begin assembling fiscal year 2023 spending plans. The public is invited to participate.
Williamstown Rural Lands will present "328North: Farm + Flower + Food" from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, via Zoom, as part of its Talks on the Hill lecture series.
Spencertown Academy Arts Center's annual Young Writers’ Contest is open to students in grades 9 through 12, including homeschoolers, in Columbia and Berkshire counties. Deadline for submissions is May 1.
Berkshire Community College will hold a virtual panel discussion titled “SUCCESS Presents: Successful Immigrants in the Berkshires” from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4, via Zoom.
After 33 years in self-imposed exile in Europe, American actress Anna Campbell, the pivotal figure in Pearl Cleage’s largely forgettable play, “Angry, Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous,” is coming home.
This weekend's predicted nor'easter has us stocking up, just in case. Whether we get snowed in or not, here's a few recipes you can make — bes…
There's no need to feel intimidated about caring for houseplants, says Emilee Yawn, co-owner of The Plant Connector in North Adams. Yawn offers tips for getting the most out of your indoor greenery during these cold winter months.
Artist Madeline Schwartzman imagines the evolution and adaptations humans may undergo, as they survive in a changing climate and ecosystem by blending leaves, flowers and other natural elements with her own image — attaching them to her face, sometimes hands or legs, in intricate patterns.
SPRINGFIELD — Jonathan Van Beaver recently was named director of development for the Diocese of Springfield. In this role, he will be responsible for all diocesan fundraising efforts, including the oversight of the Annual Catholic Appeal.
As you get ready to head out onto Pontoosuc, Onota or any other ice fishing spots this winter, Berkshire Woods and Waters columnist Gene Chague has some helpful tips to keep you safe and warm.
Lower elevation and open sunshine make Mountain Meadow Preserve a perfect spot for a winter walk without much snow.
Growing up in Great Barrington, Stan Leveille fell in love with snowboarding. Now as editor of Slush Magazine, he's turned that passion into a career.
The Drury boys basketball team pummeled Greenfield 77-38 Friday night behind Louis Guillotte’s game-high 32 points.