Berkshire Eagle photographer Ben Garver set up a time-lapse video outside the Berkshire General Store on North Street in Pittsfield to capture Sunday night's snowstorm. Enjoy the snow, wintry mix and the joy of a quickly shoveled sidewalk in under a minute.
The top law enforcement official in the Berkshires took to Twitter over the weekend to defend the state's attorney in Baltimore city, who was recently indicted on federal charges of perjury.
Commissioner of Public Services and Utilities Ricardo Morales said his department is studying traffic patterns, biking patterns, and car and pedestrian accidents and will be ready to present its findings in a presentation to the City Council at the end of the spring.
A $20,000 state grant will help North Adams hire a consultant to study municipal salaries.
On the national holiday on Monday marking the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., community leaders, civil rights advocates, parents and children gathered — virtually — all with a pivotal dream in mind.
A city man accused of dumping a shoebox containing trafficking-weight narcotics and a firearm won't be released from pretrial incarceration.
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Dismantling the Christmas tree is one of those onerous but orderly tasks that creates a certain satisfaction and a kindling of memories as each thing is tucked away. And then, it's lunch for the goats.
How did the automobile highway Route 2 from Williamstown to Charlemont, in historically Mohican territory, get to be called the Mohawk Trail?
For members of the baby boom generation, the notion of DIY just wasn't a thing. And for those who lack any of the required skills, it's a good thing.
When a panel of lawmakers, experts and correction officials combed through data from county sheriffs in Massachusetts, they found rates of men…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors are recommending dropping charges against a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor who was accu…
The new advisory commission created to help the state meet its carbon reduction requirements by shifting to cleaner buildings and addressing heating fuels that contribute to emissions was sworn in Wednesday and will begin gathering public input on the transition in March.
BOSTON (AP) — Navient, a major student loan collecting company, agreed to cancel $1.7 billion in debt owed by more than 66,000 borrowers acros…
Students in the Taconic Hills High School’s Science Research Program will share the culmination of three years of intensive research work at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, at the Roeliff Jansen Community Library.
The Williams College Center for Learning in Action is hosting a mitten drive for local elementary school students.
A spaghetti dinner benefiting the Stephentown Volunteer Fire Department will be served from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Stephentown Fire Hall.
At the start of the new year, there are a ton of books out there to help start and guide you on your journey. Here are three recently released books aimed at helping you create a "healthier you" by encouraging acts of gratitude, self-healing and self-care.
At the Williams College Museum of Art, the exhibit "Repro Japan: Technologies of Popular Visual Culture" examines how the rise of visual culture, mass produced and consumed en masse, during Japan's Edo period has and continues to influence its popular visual culture, from manga and anime to cosplay and subcultural fashion.
In their first appearance at Dewey Hall as the duo Eloise & Co., accordionist Rachel Bell and fiddler Becky Tracy, on Saturday, Jan. 22, will perform a spirited blend of dance music anchored in the French balfolk tradition, mixed with contemporary compositions informed by historic airs.
Stand out on the sidewalk at 1073 Main St., in the village of Housatonic, and you’d never know that inside those walls, the legendary drummer Steve Jordan — lately of The Rolling Stones — may be bashing on his signature hi-hats the size of trash can lids.
Robin Helfand has an extensive background in marketing, which has served her well as the owner and operator of Robin's Candy Shop in Great Barrington.
The Hurricanes forced 26 turnovers on Monday night at Mount Greylock, turning the game into a track meet in which Carson Meczywor scored 26 points to lead Hoosac Valley to victory.
The Williams College men have moved up to No. 20 in this week's D3hoops.com men's basketball Top 25.
HOLYOKE — The Pope Francis girls ice hockey team racked up four goals in the first period and finished off visiting Oakmont 6-0 on Saturday.