The leader of the county’s largest city agrees with President Biden that this pandemic moment, including the threat of a new coronavirus variant, is a cause for concern, but not panic.
A judge on Monday ordered a local man accused of second-offense drunk driving held on $10,000 bail, pointing to his history of defaulting on court dates and four-year stint as a fugitive.
Bryce P. Ciepiela, 24, of Pittsfield, is facing a list of charges stemming from separate allegations of domestic violence and fleeing from the police. He is being held without the right to bail until a dangerousness hearing in Central Berkshire District Court on Thursday.
It's time to celebrate the season of light! Do you know the proper steps to light a menorah?
The Berkshire Eagle's daily recap on key COVID-19 data for Berkshire County and the state.
Lee officially began its search for a new town administrator Monday by posting the job with several online publication sites that have statewide and regional reach.
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Put that turkey leg down and listen up! Today, we have to discuss your family’s upcoming holiday card.
Here’s the bad news: A surge in novel coronavirus cases tells us that this stubborn pandemic is still with us, much as we wish it weren’t.
A blatant electronic intrusion requires a firm set of precautions to enhance security while preserving legitimate participation.
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Gosh, was Santa ever feeling low this morning.
The sidewalk in front and around the perimeter of City Hall is undergoing construction Nov. 29 to Dec. 3.
Kenneth Gloss, a second-generation owner of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston, will discuss the value of old and rare books at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, via Zoom, for the Milne Public Library.
Arts and Culture
If you weren't able to visit one of USA Today's 10 Best Public Holiday Lights Displays of 2020, you still have time to get tickets to see Winterlights at Naumkeag. But you'll have to hurry, tickets are almost sold out.
Are you confused by the many spellings of Hanukkah? Berkshire Jewish experts offer some explanations for the Jewish holiday's many spelling variations.
Music fans will have another chance to hear Wanda Houston sing on Dec. 4, when she appears with The Wanda Houston Band at Spencertown Academy Arts Center offering spirited covers of popular songs from Ella Fitzgerald’s hit “A Tisket, A Tasket" to Al Green.
A look at what's coming to cinemas this holiday season.
Anne Thompson will lead a tour of her "Trail Signs" at The Clark on Dec. 5.
Project Paycheck: Roberta Dus and Rick Callahan got their restaurant, Paddy’s Pub, through the worst of the pandemic. Then came the labor shortage — and a wholesale flight from the kitchen.
When Wahconah takes the turf at Gillette Stadium, the team on the opposite sideline will be the Skippers of Cohasset.
The Eagle dug threw 11 game stories from Wahconah football's 11-0 season thus far and picked out a series of quotes that illustrate this journey through an unbeaten year in the run up to Wednesday's state final.
Powder Report and Runner's High columnist Mike Walsh combined both worlds this past weekend, racing in the Thankful 5K on Saturday in downtown Pittsfield before heading to Bousquet to check out the Cranberry Jam, a rail jam hosted by Bousquet and The Garden.
Williams men fall to .500 after dropping a weekend hockey series to Oswego State in Williamstown.