On the fifth floor on the first Thursday beginning at 5 p.m., no one dares declare the simplistic bromide that everything will be just fine.
Citing a "lack of cooperation" from officials at the post office, Pittsfield officials alerted the public Friday afternoon that at least four …
What happens when staffing levels are low, and the government doesn't force companies to comply?
In an attempt to contextualize recent fights at Taconic High School, Superintendent Joseph Curtis presented data on physical altercations with…
J.D. Martinez, Enrique Hernandez, Jose Altuve and Jason Castro all stopped through Rick Murphy's Tri-City ValleyCats organization on their way…
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Unusually pleasant weather for the first half of October has transitioned to a normal chill with November only two weeks away.
Brian P. McCreary of North Adams, who was photographed at the front of mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor offense and is due to be sentenced next year.
The threat of wide-spread severe weather — including a tornado — all but fizzled Saturday evening as a line of thunderstorms swept through the Berkshires with some high winds and heavy downpours.
The National Weather Service in Albany, N.Y. issued a tornado warning for the northern part of the county around 6 p.m. However, no tornado touchdown and authorities in North Berkshire reported on Sunday no significant damage from the storms.
Red spray painted lines, arrows, and drawings on trees and rocks popped up over a two mile section of the Appalachian Trail. Cosmo Catalano spotted it and has been helping maintain the AT for years.
A 69-year-old woman avoided injury after she was chased down by a New York man driving a stolen Nissan on Dawes Avenue Wednesday morning, police said in a report. The defendant, 25-year-old Ame J. Dennis, is being held without bail and was ordered to undergo a mental health competency examination.
For the most part, the booster club has been relatively exclusive – limited largely to people who got two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine during the original rollout, and only specific subsets of those recipients.
Construction of a 49-unit affordable housing complex is expected to begin in November on South Main Street in Great Barrington.
Accountability is critical to the success of any organization, particularly the key role your leaders need to play by holding themselves and others accountable. But, it’s not so easy to do in part, I think, because of the fear of confrontation that is part of American culture.
In the workforce development world, October is Manufacturing Month, and an opportunity for us to celebrate our many manufacturers and the diversity of products produced in Berkshire County.
WILLIAMSTOWN — A federal health panel’s conclusion that small daily doses of aspirin are likely to do many people more harm than good is the l…
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts General Hospital's roughly $2 billion expansion plan has received a key approval from the city of Boston.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — As the third president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Francis Amasa Walker helped usher the school into…
BOSTON (AP) — The wreck of a storied military ship that served in two World Wars, performed patrols in waters off Alaska for decades, and at o…
Storyteller and musician John Porcino will present “Not Too Scary Stories” at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at the Mount Greylock Visitor Center, 30 Rockwell Road.
The Berkshire County Historical Society will present a free virtual lecture on the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22.
The 22nd FilmColumbia Festival at the Crandell Theatre will offer its trademark collection of movies that have made a splash at festivals around the nation and world this year, some of which will be heard from again when awards season arrives in a couple of months. The festival will screen just under 40 films from Oct. 22 to 31.
The division between the worlds of craft, decorative and fine arts has been slowly dissolving for the past decade. A new exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art aims to shatter what's left of those barriers.
"Ceramics in the Expanded Field," opening Saturday, Oct. 16, brings together eight artists who integrate ceramics with other artistic practices, including photography, video, painting and performance.
Columnist John Seven's latest streaming service recommendations include "The Last Word" on Netflix and Peacock's "We Are Lady Parts."
In a nearly 200-page book about the history of Great Barrington, longtime Berkshire Eagle Our Berkshires columnist said his goal was to “go beyond the historical side to the human side and find little stories to tell.”
The Richmond farm that holds private and public events with music can now pour spirits distilled off-premises, in addition to beer and wine. A lawsuit by four neighbors seeking to shut down events with music is pending in Berkshire Superior Court.
Lee held a 19-14 advantage at halftime, but a second-half defensive struggle ensued and Easthampton managed a touchdown while keeping the Wildcats down to earn a 20-19 Intercounty South victory.
SHEFFIELD — After years of terrorizing opposing defenses in Pittsfield purple, Emmanuel Nda is using his speed in different ways in Berkshire green.
Bella Penna waited four years to score a varsity goal, but it came in a big way on Senior Day in Pittsfield High's rivalry win over Taconic at Kirvin Park.
CLINTON, N.Y. — For the first time since 2010, the Williams College football team is 5-0.