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PITTSFIELD — The blue lights came on as Police Chief Michael Wynn puttered up to a stranded vessel on Onota Lake. The young operator struggled to start his craft's motor, looking helplessly at …

Raid nets drugs, cash and a gun NORTH ADAMS — A city man is facing a series of drug charges after an extensive police investigation that ended with the execution of a no-knock warrant earlier this week. Berkshire County …
Bills aid in rural cell service, small biz funds Funding for rural cell service and Berkshire businesses would be made available through bills passed by the Massachusetts Senate on Thursday. State Sen. Adam Hinds, D-Pittsfield, filed amendments …
Dalton Chief Jeffrey E. Coe takes settlement, bows out amid review of conduct DALTON — Dalton's police chief is out but will pocket what his attorney characterizes as a sizable severance payment, after town officials conceded they did not have grounds to carry through …
1 person killed, 3 others critically injured in Pittsfield crash PITTSFIELD — A Becket man was killed and three other people critically injured Thursday in a three-vehicle collision on Williams Street. Matthew Nadolny, 31, was taken to Berkshire Medical …
The facts about Bill Everhart, departing maestro of opinion PITTSFIELD — Someone else handled puzzle pages at The Eagle, but for nearly 30 years, it's been Bill Everhart's duty to guide readers through riddles of our time, local and global, as chief of …
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DALTON — Allen Harris wants you to picture two dollar amounts in your mind. For the first number, the CEO of Berkshire Money Management wants you to envision the amount of money you think …

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Harris: 'Our job is to remove uncertainty and drama'
DALTON — Come again? Did Allen Harris just say "furry babies"? That threw me for a minute, as I had assumed I was talking to a tough … Read More
Tanglewood offerings go virtual; BSO, top performers take stage online
LENOX — The Boston Symphony Orchestra and Tanglewood have just announced a full lineup of web-based performances for their 2020 … Read More
Had enough of pandemic panic? Try Wild Oats Market instead
WILLIAMSTOWN — You saw the panic buying on TV; some of you might have even lived through it: The scrambling. The stockpiling. The … Read More
Let Berkshire Money Management map it out for you
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COMMUNITY DATA: Here are the latest figures from the DPH on confirmed coronavirus cases by city and town. The only increase from last week is three new cases in Dalton, one in Great Barrington and one in Pittsfield. more
In the year since CNN's chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta published his memoir, the United States has seen an impeachment trial, a global health crisis and a nationwide movement toward … more
PITTSFIELD — Several people were injured Thursday after a three-car crash at the intersection of Williams Street and Leona Drive. more
LENOX — Gateways Inn, a luxury bed-and-breakfast recently put up for auction, has been sold to a private Pittsfield-based investment firm, which intends to continue to run the inn and … more
It's beginning to feel like summer has arrived. Next weekend, the three largest museums in the Berkshires — the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Clark Art Institute — will reopen. Mass MoCA will reopen at 10 a.m. July 11; the Rockwell and The Clark will reopen at 10 a.m. July 12. more
NORTH ADAMS — The city will be closing a portion of Center Street beginning Monday to usher in outdoor dining. In a press release from the Mayor's Office on Thursday, the city stated that … more
I’m not sure where the time went, but the next time you read this column, I’ll be the quarantined mom of a 5-year-old boy. more
BOSTON — Massachusetts will move into the third phase of its gradual plan to revive public activity on Monday, allowing gyms, museums, movie theaters and more to resume some operations even as … more
Gov. Charlie Baker delivers his daily coronavirus update, along with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders. They will provide briefings on the … more
LENOX — The owners of Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill on Pittsfield-Lenox Road will not reopen the eatery following the COVID-19 pandemic and are planning to replace it with a deli and … more

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