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NORTH ADAMS — A local soup kitchen was the target of a vandal that left the nonprofit with a shattered plate glass window and a $600 repair bill. more
Police blocked off downtown streets. A fife and drum band whistled and rat-a-tatted in the distance, echoing across buildings. Some walked from their apartments to get a closer look; others drove in from as far away as New York City. All to see Pittsfield's 2018 Fourth of July Parade. more
PITTSFIELD — Heat, humidity and history are in store for the tens of thousands of people lining the route of today's Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade. more
A 2015 Monument Mountain Regional High School graduate and West Stockbridge native is celebrating America's 242nd year of independence as part of a hand-picked Navy crew serving on the world's oldest … more
PITTSFIELD — Almost nine months after a bullet took the life of Asiyanna Jones, two people were formally charged with murder in the case.With calm, collected voices, Josaiah "JoJo" Bynum, 20, … more
PITTSFIELD — It's been less than a month since Councillor Michael Smyth was elected to the position of chair of the district council in Ballina, a small town on the River Moy in Western … more
PITTSFIELD  — The city's Ralph J. Froio Senior Center again will serve as an official cooling shelter from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, the Fourth of July. more
 PITTSFIELD — A Pittsfield police officer and two other men escaped serious injury early Tuesday when the officer's cruiser collided with another vehicle at the intersection of First and Fenn streets. more
The Berkshire Eagle's crack reporting staff never rests, even during the hottest days. more
PITTSFIELD — Roadside billboards normally encourage sales. Not the one that went up Monday on Route 7 in Pittsfield, a stone's throw from the Lenox line. "No More Sales!" reads black text on a … more
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