The majority of people who took a city survey on how to spend ARPA money coming want the city to use the money for economic assistance and are least interested in backfilling lost city revenue related to the pandemic.
Calm, mostly clear, tranquil, seasonable weather shapes up for the next two weeks, with foliage expected to reach peak by Oct. 10.
Several long-standing projects will resurface on this week's City Council agenda: fee waiver requests for ServiceNet, a tax deal on the propos…
PITTSFIELD — One possible location for the more than $40 million in federal coronavirus relief money coming to the city through the American R…
Clues have been announced for the annual Fall Foliage Leaf Hunt, a popular feature of Fall Foliage Festival Week. Fifteen colorful leaves have…
In August, as COVID-19 cases climbed yet again, Gov. Baker put a rigid mandate into place, requiring all state employees under his authority t…
Dylan Welch, 17, was sentenced by Judge Joan McMenemy on Monday to the custody of the Department of Youth Services until he is 21, followed by…
Today's Top Headlines
- Susan Sarandon is building a hilltop home within minutes of the Berkshires
- He said he would build these Berkshire residents a steel garage. They are out money, and he's jailed on larceny charges.
- Man shot during armed home invasion in Pittsfield; 3 suspects at large
- Company eyes Pittsfield's business park to set up shop, with tunnel under Woodlawn Avenue a consideration
- The rustic life in Sandisfield. For $18 million.
- Pittsfield Public Schools cancels PHS football's weekend games due to COVID-19 circumstances
- Photographer Gregory Crewdson returns to Pittsfield for new project
- A free '72 MG roadside attraction in West Stockbridge dares you to dream. (But note, it needs work.)
- The Big E is back! Here's a quick reference guide to the Eastern States Exposition fair
- Summers are getting hotter in the Berkshires. These graphs show how much temperatures are rising
- Days Gone By: Images of Berkshire County football teams and cheerleaders from The Eagle's Archives
- 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: 2021 Josh Billings
- Cross-Country at Lenox
- Photos: Photographer Gregory Crewdson
- Photos: 'Climbing the Holy Hill' at Hancock Shaker Village
- Photos: Palace Park arch in Pittsfield in disrepair
- Photos: Mount Greylock vs. Hoosac Valley girls soccer
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Boppy Co. have recalled over 3 million original newborn loungers because of a suffocation risk that has resulted in eight infant deaths. Health Canada also has recalled the same items.
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.
As the nation grapples with looming shortages of a drug that reduces COVID-19 hospitalizations after infection, supply continues to meet demand in Berkshire County.
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.
A man was shot and seriously injured in a Mohawk St. residence Wednesday night during an armed home invasion. Police say three people thought to be involved are still on the loose.
Everyone who paid attention during the Obama years knew that Republicans would also try to undermine Democratic presidencies. Some of the GOP’…
Catphishing initially focuses on establishing a presence that attracts intended targets by joining chatrooms, groups such as SilverSingles, social media platforms and, at the local level, religious and civic groups.
Who got Dennis the Menace in a laundry basket of trouble over the years? One man responsible was Pittsfield-born Donald Horrigan (1921-2013). …
WILLIAMSTOWN — Last week’s airing by PBS of an excellent biographical documentary on the late Muhammad Ali stirred memories of an afternoon in…
Coronavirus-related developments around New England:
BOSTON (AP) — A Superior Court judge has turned down a request by the union that represents 1,800 Massachusetts State Police troopers to delay…
BOSTON (AP) — Whoever wins Boston’s mayoral race on Nov. 2 won’t have much time to prepare to step into the office.
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…
“Whimsy,” an art exhibition featuring paintings and sculptures by six artists, will be on display from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 2 to 31, at the Spencertown Academy Arts Center.
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.
"We're at the stage in life, where these bodies of work represent a significant part of my history and a span of time and an amazing consumption of energy," Tom Zetterstrom said during an interview at the Berkshire Botanical Garden's Leonhardt Galleries, where he's showing "Portraits of American Trees."
The show — a collection of 30 silver gelatin prints from his portfolio of American trees and several sprints from his series, "Moving Point of View" — is on view through Oct. 31.
Berkshire Theatre Group celebrates the reopening of the Colonial Theatre with the Berkshire Blues & Brews Fest. The event, featuring Roomful of Blues, along with Misty Blues, Waterloo Clyde and Robin O'Herin takes place on Saturday, Oct. 2.
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.
Bjorn Somlo, who owns two restaurants in the Berkshires and has received acclaim for his work as a chef, expresses his opinions on food, the restaurant business, and how current building codes can hamper development in Gateway Cities like Pittsfield in this week's executive spotlight.
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
For the first time in months, tournament golf returned to Stockbridge Golf Club with the Stockbridge Invitational. Todd Ezold and Brian Foley held off Chris Shields and Randy Driscoll on an extra hole to take home top honors.
The lights above Berkshire Community College's Gene Dellea Turf Field shined on more than just 48 minutes of football on Friday night.
LENOX — The Millionaires dropped a home match to Frontier on Friday.
CHESHIRE — Kayla McGrath added six more goals to her resume in a 10-0 win over Hoosac Valley on Friday.