Emergency personnel from 33 local and regional units held a mass casualty simulation drill Saturday morning at Garnet Peak in Peru.
The future of the theater is still unclear, but the marquee will be getting a boost.
A power outage caused by an equipment failure caused almost 1,000 Eversource customers in Pittsfield to lose power for a short time on Saturday.
Looking for relief from the hot temperatures this weekend? Check out these splash pads and 12 places to get ice cream or fro-yo.
Why, we asked three local experts, did Berkshire County find its way this week nearly to the top of a national list for highest rates of COVID-19 by population? It’s because, they said.
It’s time for a first lakeside dip or a day trip to the seashore where it will be cooler.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- A man goes missing in Connecticut, and his car is found burning in New York state. Why was the FBI searching for his body in Sheffield?
- Lee: Turnpike on-ramp closing for repairs
- The owner of a Great Barrington convenience store was denied the town's last liquor license. Now he plans to sue
- 'He was crying.' Luis Delvalle-Rodriguez said he killed someone the night of Nick Carnevale's shooting, his former girlfriend testifies
- Retired police chief Rick Wilcox saved this man's life in Vietnam 51 years ago. He recently found Wilcox so he could thank him
- Pittsfield has released new conceptual designs for a revived Pontoosuc Lake Park. So far, people like what they see
- Nicole 'Nikki' Dimitropolis originally wanted to be a nurse. But she found it more rewarding helping people as a hairstylist
- Our Opinion: Appeal raises questions Berkshire DA should answer sooner rather than later
- New COVID-19 cases put Berkshire County among hardest-hit areas in continental U.S.
- A North Adams business partnership hoped to ride a city's revival. Things instead went 'sour,' ending in lawsuits
- Photos: Lenox High School prom 2022 at The Mount
- Photos: Mount Everett Regional School Junior and Senior prom 2022 at Crissey Farm in Great Barrington
- Photos: A classical serenade at the splash pad at Clapp Park
- Photos: Third Thursday returns to new location at The Common
- Photos: Arborists give back to communities through tree care for Arbor Day of Service
- Photos: McCann Technical School's Junior and Senior prom 2022
- Photos: Blossom time at Bartlett Orchard
- Photos: Drury High School's senior prom 2022
- Days Gone By: Images of North Street, 1900 to 1950, from The Eagle's Archives
- Photos: BART students stage walkout over leaked draft of Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade
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A bill that would allows undocumented immigrants to obtain Massachusetts driver's licenses could reach Gov. Charlie Baker's desk as soon as next week after legislative negotiators struck a quick deal Thursday.
A second round of $500 checks will be on the way to about 330,000 low-income workers across Massachusetts next month as the Baker administration continues to roll out a $460 million premium pay program authorized last year.
Singer-songwriter and multiple Grammy Award-winner James Taylor will give the commencement address at New England Conservatory on Sunday, May 22, at NEC’s Jordan Hall in Boston.
Author Dennis Pregent will be signing copies of his latest book, "Born in the Berkshires," on Thursday, May 26, at the Adams Free Library.
The Literacy Network of South Berkshire and the Stockbridge Library announce the launch of a new lecture series, "Community Conversations." The series is open to all and the content will be organized and delivered in a way to be accessible to community members whose first language is not English.
The Harry Conklin Fund for Farmsteads, a project of the Berkshire Community Land Trust, is hosting a fundraiser concert series this summer to help save Berkshire farmland and find a new home for Comstock and Colfax Farm.
Memorial Day Weekend, the Paradise City Arts Festival returns to the Three County Fairgrounds for its annual spring show with 200 artists and master craft makers from 15 states.
Five contemporary playwrights — a few more if you fold in Shakespeare & Company’s new Plays in Process series — will be sharing Shakespeare & Company’s two indoor and two outdoor stages with two plays by the Bard of Avon.
Nicole "Nikki" Dimitropolis left nursing school to become a hair stylist and has no regrets.
Did you miss spring? Well, go farther north or climb higher, such as onto the Hoosac plateau. Specifically, try a section of the Mohican-Mohawk Trail.
Gene Chague gets into the new funding from a license plate, Berkshire Beagle Club competition and a ground-breaking agreement between the DFG and Army Corps of Engineers.
Playing with no subs, the Generals battled all afternoon but couldn't get a handle on the Mustangs.
A herculean effort on both sides Friday night resulted in a 10-8 victory for Hoosac Valley softball over Mount Greylock.