In a new feature, photographer Courtney R. Hamilton is documenting life in her West Side neighborhood in Pittsfield. "Over the next few months, I get to share the West Side with you, through my eyes," she says.
Stargazers along the East Coast saw a strange light anomaly on Sept. 24 just after 7:30 p.m. Residents of Berkshire County shared their photos on Facebook.
A bicyclist who was hit by a pickup truck last week at intersection of Dalton and Hubbard avenues in Pittsfield has died.
The Buddy Walk in Dalton is an event meant to raise awareness, understanding and critical funding for Down Syndrome support in the area. It returned in-person this year for the first time since the pandemic began.
The Latino Festival of the Berkshires has grown from its humble beginnings into a rich celebration of Latino cultures, according to Liliana Ortiz-Bermúdez, who organized the first one in 1995.
Kevin Hines, a motivational speaker who offers wisdom and words of encouragement for suicide prevention, will speak at Wachonah High School tonight at 7 p.m.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- That's not bamboo growing in your backyard. It's the invasive species Japanese knotweed
- A Pittsfield bicyclist who was injured in a crash last week has died
- The man charged with killing Dennis Bernardi told police he believed his own life was in danger
- Interprint plans $22 million expansion of its Pittsfield plant
- Top 10 walks to see fall foliage in the Berkshires
- Drury girls soccer stays undefeated in a shortened win over Taconic
- Kameron Spaulding admits to stealing more than $20,000 from the nonprofit Christian Center
- 10 fair foods coming to The Big E in 2022 worth standing in line for
- What will the weather be in the Berkshires for the last week of September? (You may want to pull out that heavy blanket ...)
- The former Candlelight Inn in Lenox is reopening as a restaurant and inn. Here's what the new owners plan for The Doctor Sax House
- Days Gone By: Images of the Northern Berkshire Fall Foliage Festival Parade from The Eagle Archive
- Photos: Lee football plays at Lowell Catholic
- Photos: 41st annual Lenox Apple Squeeze returns after three-year hiatus
- Photos: The 2022 FreshGrass Festival kicked off Friday at Mass MoCA in North Adams
- Photos: Williams football hosts Bowdoin in first home game of the season
- 12 pumpkin recipes to celebrate fall
- Photos: Today in History for Sept. 26
- Photos: Pittsfield High football at Westfield
- Photos: Today in History for Sept. 27
- Photos: The Wigwam Western Summit unveils a new butterfly mural and outdoor artist experience for visitors
Eagle columnist Carole Owens writes: "In the Federalist Paper No. 10 in 1787, Madison called it 'the mischiefs of faction.' When factions formed, persuaded and turned to violence, Madison did not so much tell us what to do as he walked through a logical consideration of the possibilities."
Dr. Jennifer Michaels writes: "Pittsfield and North Adams are currently participating in the HEALing Communities Study, a federal grant that researches the expansion of community-based prevention, overdose treatment and medication-based treatment in select communities hit hard by the opioid crisis."
Tom Bernard and Duffy Judge write: "In a land of plenty, food insecurity is the heartbreaking reality for many of our friends and neighbors, colleagues and family members."
Suddenly Georgia’s a place where politics involves talk of indictments, Senate candidate Herschel Walker keeps embarrassing his GOP sponsors, and Marjorie Taylor Greene continues to make news with a new absurdity.
A measure that would allow cities and towns to revive happy hour within their borders would "most likely" receive Gov. Charlie Baker's veto if it reached his desk, the governor said Monday, imperiling the fate of a controversial idea that remains tied up in legislative negotiations.
A former driver for a ride-hailing platform charged with sexually assaulting multiple passengers in 2017 has been held without bail at his arraignment pending a hearing to determine whether he is dangerous. The 43-year-old Boston man was arraigned Monday on two counts of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery. The Suffolk district attorney alleges the assaults occurred in January, April and May of 2017. The dangerousness hearing is scheduled for Thursday. The suspect was not connected to this cases until this year when his profile was added to a DNA database. A message seeking comment was left with his attorney.
BOSTON — Massachusetts is waiting to hear back from the Biden administration about what the federal government can do “to enhance our ability …
Gov. Charlie Baker has returned to the Legislature a bill designed to reduce traffic fatalities, citing differences over a proposed safe passi…
The Civitan Club of the Berkshires announces the return of its annual SoupFest fundraiser after a 2.5 year hiatus. The event will be held on Friday, Oct. 14, at Berkshire Hills Country Club. Tickets for the club’s Feed Our Towns raffle are available.
One of my favorites is an Italian recipe for Swiss or rainbow chard that makes a sort of cake in a springform pan with raisins and pine nuts. It’s not quite a frittata but it can be cut into wedges and frozen.
Hancock Shaker Village has selected TSKP X IKD to reimagine its Visitor Center, remodeling and renovating it to include climate-controlled collection storage while also enhancing its galleries and programming spaces.
Billy Keane is ready for another start, with a new album out last month, “Too Much to Let it Go,” that explores and expands his folk-meets-indie-rock sound. He has a new band, Billy Keane and The Waking Dream, and played the No Depression Stage Friday night at FreshGrass.
The average gas price in Berkshire County has fallen an additional 9 cents this week to $3.54 per gallon, AAA Northeast reported Monday.
Nick Guachione has made his decision. The rising senior at Taconic High School will sign a National Letter of Intent with Pennsylvania of the Ivy League. He'll be a freshman there in the fall.
Despite graduating some eye-popping numbers from last year's unbeaten run, the Drury girls are right back at it and improved to 5-0 on Monday night.
The Hornets, Hurricanes and Thunder all won Monday afternoon, while PHS earned a hard-fought draw with Westfield.
The Wildcats and Hornets picked up Monday afternoon victories, while Mount Everett played to a draw at Hopkins.