The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority is considering building a tunnel under Woodlawn Avenue at the William Stanley Business Park of the Berkshires to link two building sites for a prospective tenant.
Clarksburg struggled to keep up on payments after the departure of its treasurer last year, resulting in overdrawn accounts, canceled life ins…
Pittsfield Public Schools published a press release on Thursday announcing that Pittsfield High varsity and junior varsity football games on S…
As the nation grapples with looming shortages of a drug that reduces COVID-19 hospitalizations after infection, supply continues to meet deman…
Today's Top Headlines
- Susan Sarandon is building a hilltop home within minutes of the Berkshires
- Pittsfield man wins $1 million lottery prize
- Man shot during armed home invasion in Pittsfield; 3 suspects at large
- This pastor drove 5,200 miles to lead the only church of its kind in the Berkshires
- Two people seriously wounded in Tyler Street stabbings; Pittsfield man facing charges
- Third investigation is underway into the behavior of a Williamstown police sergeant
- On Tuesday, 4 North Adams mayoral candidates will be narrowed to 2 before historic vote in November
- Record-setting day for champions Allen Heights Veterinary and Ironman Janda Ricci-Munn in the Josh Billings RunAground
- The Big E is back! Here's a quick reference guide to the Eastern States Exposition fair
- Photographer Gregory Crewdson returns to Pittsfield for new project
- Days Gone By: Images of Berkshire County football teams and cheerleaders from The Eagle's Archives
- Photos: 2021 Josh Billings
- Photos: 3M Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge at Berkshire Crossing in Pittsfield
- Photos: Burbank park dog park.
- Photos: Pittsfield Halloween Parades of the last decade
- Photos: A look back at Josh Billings RunAground races from 2013 to 2019
- Photos: Hoosac plays Taconic
- Photos: 2021 Relay for Life
- Cross-Country at Lenox
- Pittsfield vs. Amherst Football
"Games, Movies & Take-Out" is the theme of the 65th annual Fall Foliage Festival. Scheduled events open Friday, Sept. 24, and conclude Sunday, Oct. 3, with the annual Fall Foliage Parade.
Responding to concerns that weddings, bar mitzvahs and other celebrations might have to be postponed, the regional South County agency Tri-Town Health specifies that only large outdoor events with a capacity of at least 5,000 “shall consider postponement” where 6-foot social distancing isn’t possible.
Edward Abrahams’ defense of the town’s 3 percent fee on marijuana sales comes at a time when such fees are coming under increased scrutiny across the state.
DALTON — More than two years after Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity picked up a bidder’s packet for a forlorn property in Dalton, it is close to acquiring the site.
The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts has a new leader: Kristy Edmunds. Edmunds currently is the executive and artistic director of UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance. Previously, she was founding executive and artistic director of the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art in Portland, Ore., and artistic director of the Melbourne International Arts Festival.
I doubt if I will ever see my beloved London again, given that the COVID pandemic seemingly will not disappear in the near future. With each p…
In the uncertainty and chaos of COVID’s onset, it was understandable last year when the Legislature strayed from its usual procedures in signi…
Changes in climate are impacting a global economy that is fighting to recover from a pandemic. Supply-chain bottlenecks continue to worsen as continuous weather-related catastrophes close ports and snarl land, sea and air transportation routes. Can it get any worse?
It’s down to two in the North Adams mayoral race. Tuesday’s preliminary decisively whittled the hopefuls to the pair of top vote-getters, who …
BOSTON (AP) — The operator of a light rail train that crashed into the rear of another train on the Boston area's public transit system in Jul…
A Superior Court judge has denied the request of the union representing 1,800 members of the State Police to block the implementation of Gov. Charlie Baker's vaccine mandate until the details can be collectively bargained.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The chief investigator for a Boston museum still working to recover $500 million worth of art stolen in 1990 said Thurs…
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts residents would be able to change the sex listed on their birth certificate to a nonbinary X under a bill approved…
The Williamstown Community Chest is accepting applications for its 2021 Mary and Henry Flynt Grants. The application deadline is Oct. 1.
Berkshire Medical Center's Cancer Center, in collaboration with Walgreens, will host "Techniques to Enhance Body Image During Cancer Treatments" from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, both in person and virtually.
Mohawk Trail Woodlands Partnership announces a free webinar, "Grants for Good," from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28, via Zoom.
Amy Helm, who last played FreshGrass in 2019, returns to the festival lineup Saturday night, closing out evening with an 11:15 p.m. performance in on the No Depression Stage in Courtyard D. She recently took a moment from her schedule to answer a few of our questions. Her answers have been lightly edited for clarity.
Billy Crystal is bringing his new musical, "Mr. Saturday Night," to Barrington Stage Company's Boyd-Quinson Stage for nine performances only at the end of October.
In her memoir “Half of a Whole”, longtime Lenox resident Marilyn Haus goes where few dare — in pursuit of an honest understanding of the dysfunction in her family of origin, and of her part as an actor in those relationships.
I took the month of August off before upping the hours at my part-time job, And I have to be honest, I was bored out of my mind! What do retired people do all day? Daytime TV really stinks and reading all day was great, but not as fulfilling as working eight hours a day and chatting with my coworkers. And housework isn’t high on my list of priorities.
I started watching foodie videos on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.
With sweater-weather just around the corner and seasonal squashes filling the shelves of local farmers markets, I'm giving myself permission t…
It's not easy operating an independently owner pharmacy anymore given the current business climate, but Flynn's Pharmacy and Home Medical Equipment in Pittsfield has beaten the odds, having been in operation since 1951. The pharmacy's current owners, Chris Flynn and Thomas Flynn IV, tell us how this week in Executive Spotlight.
Hard work and perseverance have propelled Netselgeye 'Netse' Lytle from impoverished beginnings to general manager of Wild Oats Market in Williamstown
Lesley Herzberg' lifelong love of history led her to become the executive director of the Berkshire County Historical Society in 2019.
LENOX — Mary Elliot’s hat trick powered the Millionaires to a bounce-back 3-0 win at home over Southwick.
WILLIAMSTOWN — Charlotte Coody served 21-straight points to seal the deal for the Mounties against Easthampton on Thursday.
The second term of the Berkshire County High School football season is slated to begin on Friday.