The Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School was sheltering in place Thursday afternoon as police investigated an unknown threat to the school community.
North Adams City Councilor Ashley Shade is seeking to repeal an ordinance dating back to the 1940s that sets a 10 p.m. curfew for minors under the age of 16.
Residents who wanted to buy homes, including some in North Adams, were "unfairly and deceptively" ensnared into agreements for unaffordable homes in poor condition, the attorney general alleges in a lawsuit.
The Massachusetts Senate debated and unanimously passed the state's latest COVID-19 response bill Wednesday.
A former Pine Cobble teacher pled not guilty Wednesday to one count of repeated aggravated sexual assault of a former student, under the age of 16.
Everett Lee, a conductor who broke down racial barriers but then fled the prejudice that Black classical musicians faced in the United States to make a significant career in Europe, died on Jan. 12 at a hospital near his home in Malmo, Sweden. He was 105.
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- Brandi Scalise always wanted to open her own hair salon. Someday finally came
- Former Pine Cobble teacher arraigned on repeated aggravated sexual assault of a former student
- Pittsfield native Mike Tierney has been nominated (again) for a Grammy
- Two men have been charged more than two years after a fatal crash. Police say they were racing
- North Adams city clerk resigning next month for 1Berkshire post
- State tops up funding for Greylock Glen project, adding $2.8 million, with May groundbreaking likely
- Mud season has long caused driving headaches in Western Mass. A new proposal asks the state to look at the issue
- The Checkup: 255 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Berkshires, hospitalizations at 25
- The would-be owner of Lenox Brewpub has withdrawn his application. It's not clear why
- State asks Housatonic Water Works for a plan to reduce cancer-causing chemical
- PHOTOS: Emilee Yawn of The Plant Connector
- 10 slowcooker recipes for cold nights
- Photos: Monument Mountain boys basketball hosts Baystate Academy
- In celebration of Pittsfield's Fourth of July parade returning in 2022, here's a look back at 10 years of parade fun
- Photos: Jonathan Levine Middle School Spelling Bee honors late Pittsfield Gazette editor
- Days Gone By: Images of legendary Berkshire snowstorms from The Eagle's Archive
- Photos: Visitors 'sell out' tickets for Mass MoCA's annual community Free Day
- Photos: Drury boys basketball plays at Hoosac Valley on Saturday
- Photos: Today in History for Jan. 27
- Days Gone By: Images of Adams churches from The Eagle Archives
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Whenever possible, curious birders wander field and forest to observe the natural world around them, taking particular interest in avians. Som…
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BOSTON — Businessman Chris Doughty announced Wednesday that he is seeking the Republican nomination for governor of Massachusetts.
Construct Inc., a nonprofit provider of affordable housing, is accepting lottery applications for a three-bedroom house in Becket. The sale is limited to first-time homebuyers at 80 percent or less of area median income.
If Mike Tierney, a 2010 Taconic High School graduate, wins a Grammy, he’s decided this much: Unlike other audio engineers and producers, he will not display the award, a gilded gramophone, in his bathroom.
The key word in the title of Daniel Bullen’s “Daniel Shays’s Honorable Rebellion,” subtitled “An American Story,” is “Honorable.” It is Bullen…
Is it time for another black squirrel count? Thom Smith thinks so.
John Bradbury, pictured, and co-owners Jason Koperniak, Christopher St. Cyr, and Mitchell Bresett are among the new owners of the former Hot Dog Ranch on State Street in North Adams. The restaurant has a new name too — The Ranch.
UMass picks up its first road win of the season, beating Atlantic 10 rival La Salle 77-71.
A little bit of home cooking was all the Pittsfield girls needed after suffering a three-point loss at Westfield on Monday.
PITTSFIELD — For three quarters, the Pittsfield boys basketball team hung with Albany’s Green Tech. Unfortunately for the Generals, the first …
While Mount Everett and Mount Greylock bolted to sizable victories on the road, the Lenox boys heated up at the right time, hitting 11 3-pointers in a comeback win at Greenfield.