A Vermont man who seeks to open a retail cannabis business in Adams is also a candidate for U.S. Senate who has falsely claimed that vaccines spread COVID-19 and that the District of Columbia is short on testosterone. He goes before a community outreach meeting Tuesday at the Adams Visitors Center.
Allegations of racial and sexual misconduct by a former Williamstown police chief and a former sergeant were supported by the results of two different independent investigations. In one final report to the Select Board submitted by investigator and attorney Judy A. Levenson, both former Sgt. Scott McGowan and former Police Chief Kyle Johnson were found to have “initiated, participated in and tolerated” sexually and racially charged “offensive comments and conduct within the department.”
The Berkshire Eagle's daily recap on key COVID-19 data for Berkshire County and the state.
Longtime town official Ronald Bisson resigned from the Select Board and the Planning Commission on Saturday after apologizing for an antisemitic comment that he made during a recent commission meeting.
Fire investigators with the state office found that the fire was "not suspicious in nature" and was "caused by overheating or mechanical failure" in a 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the parking lot of the Livingston Apartments,
STOCKBRIDGE — The Community Preservation Committee will hold a public informational hearing in the Community Room of Town Hall this Wednesday at 6 p.m. The committee invites comments on the needs, possibilities and resources of the town. Members will answer questions on the group's mission, …
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- Would-be Adams cannabis merchant, a vaccine critic, seeks Senate seat in Vermont
- Bluebird Farm Sanctuary in Cheshire working overtime to help rescued animals
- Cheshire woman sentenced to 16 months in jail for stalking, harassment
- How many bowls of change does it take to pay off a $37,000 student loan? An art installation at Mass MoCA breaks it down, visually, into $40 bowls
- Boys Basketball: Sandifer, Calvert erupt offensively in respective road wins for Taconic and Wahconah
- Need a hand pulling out of the pandemic? Pittsfield has $6 million for businesses and organizations
- Players not forced to drop out of Australian Open due to chest pains
- A Pittsfield man was killed after a fire in his Chevy Monte Carlo. That car has a long history with engine fires
- North Adams Police seize illegal, loaded firearm following motor vehicle stop
- A longtime Pownal, Vt., official resigns and apologizes after making antisemitic comment
- Photos: Visitors 'sell out' tickets for Mass MoCA's annual community Free Day
- Photos: Monument Mountain boys basketball hosts Baystate Academy
- Photos: Pittsfield boys basketball hosts Minnechaug
- Photos: Today in History for Jan. 25
- Days Gone By: Images of legendary Berkshire snowstorms from The Eagle's Archive
Windows are cinder-blocked. Openings in the sidewalls are rebricked. A steel ladder dangles from a skylight/trap door in the ceiling. The old …
Columnist Ruth Bass suggests tackling your favorite bread recipe instead of worrying about when — or even, if — the ice on your driveway will ever thaw.
Every four years, the United States holds a sports contest. And since the United States is the center of the universe, this contest is called …
The state’s residential tax exemption, which benefits lower-income full-timers but shifts expenses to part-timers and wealthier homeowners, is getting close scrutiny in some towns.
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts is expecting to receive twice as many Afghan refugees as it had anticipated following the Taliban takeover of the …
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin, citing his record of overseeing accessible and transparent elections, announced Monday that h…
Longtime Secretary of State William Galvin said early Monday morning that he will run for reelection this year.
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Due to concern over COVID-19, the West Stockbridge Historical Society has postponed its program, “Back to School in West Stockbridge,” originally set for Friday, Feb. 4.
The New Lebanon Book Group will discuss "The Personal Librarian” by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray at 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 6, at the New Lebanon Library.
In the span of eight years, beginning in 2013, Eugene Christy has written more than half a million words that now comprise a five-volume book series he calls "The 20th Century Quintet."
The 11th annual New Play Festival, part of the 2022 10X10 Upstreet Arts Festival will return to the Boyd-Quinson Stage, 30 Union St., Feb. 24 to March 13 with in-person performances. Tickets are now on sale.
If you could visualize your student loan debt what would it look like? How does one translate an invisible burden into a tangible volume? The answer for artist kelli rae adams came in the form of bowls — 925 of her hand-thrown ceramic bowls.
Crispina ffrench and Sofia Hughes are sisters who keep a family tradition alive, through their ownership of The Dolphin Studio in Stockbridge, a family-run, hand-screen printing company that their parents founded in 1970.
A 21-point deficit in the second quarter proved to be too steep a hill for Monument to climb on Monday night in Great Barrington.
In the third meet of the Berkshire County season, skiers took to a Giant Slalom course at Bousquet. The individual winners were Lenox's Madison DiGrigoli and Pittsfield's Charlie Heimann.
In a pair of Berkshire County battles, the Mount Everett girls bottled up McCann Tech, and Taconic ran away from Drury in North Adams. The Lenox girls and Pittsfield High girls also played.
The Taconic and Wahconah boys excelled in respective league play Monday night, both earning road wins. Meanwhile, Monument Mountain lost a thriller to Baystate Academy and Pittsfield High couldn't hang on at West Springfield.