Families enjoy Ready Set Play in Pittsfield on Saturday, which is one of a few entertainment venues to take Berkshire County children any season, rain or shine. The play area and party venue opened late last fall and has become a mainstay for many local families.
Drury High School presents "Matilda the Musical" on Friday and Saturday at the school.
Alex Sotek, a swimmer from the Berkshire Family YMCA in Pittsfield, has qualified for the Nationals in North Carolina in April, where she will compete in the freestyle and the butterfly.
Noradamus Wilson’s Emporium Snack Bar has opened inside the Berkshire Emporium & Antiques shop on Main Street in North Adams, with what owner Keith Bona describes as a "Jurassic steampunk" interior design.
A Ukrainian egg decorating workshop was held at the First Congregational Church in Williamstown on Sunday. Donations from participants will benefit Ukraine relief efforts.
Despite the cold, wintry weather, visitors get outside to enjoy the festivities of the annual ThunderFest celebration at the Adams Visitor Center.
The Western Massachusetts Senior All-Star Game took place on Friday. Albums for the Class C and D boys game, Girls Game and Class A and B boys game can be found here.
A group of artists meets regularly at 703 West Housatonic St. to create decorations for the Berkshire Art Center's Annual Gala. Set pieces will include a 12-foot boom box DJ stand, giant and colorful pop-art portraits, a special photo booth and even some astronauts.
Oliver Hunt and his son, Oliver, and best friend James Godfrey bait hooks at the Cheshire Reservoir for a day of fishing in the sunshine. They didn’t have a lot of luck but they were able to try various baits and lures to “knock the rust off.”
TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES
- K&M Bowling is open for business, bringing the game back to Pittsfield
- Mysterious sea creature may be roaming Berkshire County, experts believe
- Pittsfield police ask for public's help locating missing teen
- A company has revised its proposal to move a pair of auto dealerships to Lenox. Is it enough to win over neighbors and town officials?
- Rain or shine, Ready Set Play is a popular destination for Berkshire families
- Jury acquits Windsor man of sexual assault charges
- The shooting threat at Monument High was just a hoax. But for one parent and student, the trauma was very real
- North Adams City Clerk Joshua Vallieres resigns
- Lauren R. Stevens: Chestnut trees and genetic engineering
- Man gets probation in Sandisfield fatal crash case
As snow melts, from Cheshire to Williamstown, people took advantage of the warm weather to hit the rail trail.
Climate action group 350 MA-Berkshires holds a standout at Park Square on Tuesday to urge the community to move their money out of the “Big 4” American banks, which have lent more than $1 trillion to the fossil fuel industry since the Paris Peace Accords in 2015.
Goon Jam was held at Bousquet Ski Area on Sunday.
Teams from Taconic, Lee, Pittsfield High and McCann Tech compete in the High School Team Bowling State Championships at Cove Lanes in Great Barrington.
Three Eagle reporters each went in with a goal in the first Berkshire County Thrift Crawl.
Mount Greylock Regional High School had their baseball practice and tryouts on the first day of Spring.
On Sunday at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, the Warriors battles on the biggest stage in Massachusetts for an MIAA crown.
Pedrin's Dairy Bar is open for the season in North Adams. The fish fry and dairy bar, which closes seasonally, is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
On Saturday at the Tsongas Center, the Thunder captured the MIAA's ultimate prize and celebrated in style with a state championship.
In the 22nd annual Berkshire Robotics Challenge, 15 teams from local elementary and middle schools competed in a tournament using FIRST Lego League robotics programs and parts to navigate set courses and complete tasks at Taconic High School in Pittsfield.
Berkshire Eagle readers are still sharing their photos of snow in the Berkshires following Tuesday's storm.
Windsor residents continue to dig out into Wednesday afternoon after the nor’easter that hammered the Berkshires from Monday night into Tuesday. The town of Windsor topped the snow accumulation charts for the county, racking up over 3 feet of snow in some places.
Notchview in Windsor was open Wednesday and the trails groomed, but there were only a few skiers in the morning hours. The snow in the trees is impressive and the skiing is sure to be excellent.
Scenes from Berkshire County during Tuesday's nor'easter.
On Monday night in Springfield, the Thunder secured their bid to the MIAA Division V State Championship game, by dispatching the reigning champs in the Final Four.
In honor of March 14, or, 'National Pi Day,' Berkshire Eagle employees competed in the second annual pie contest.
The first litter of seven piglets arrived at Hancock Shaker Village, a sign that spring is on the way.
Dogs play while owners socialize at a weekly doggy play group at the North Adams Dog Park.
Things to do this week in Berkshire County
A tribute to those we have lost, December 2022 - February 2023
Prepare for the long-term with The Berkshire Eagle’s annual guide to financial readiness and life planning.
A tribute to those we have lost, September - November 2022
The best of the best of Berkshire County, chosen by Berkshire Eagle readers
1Berkshire presents the official guide to the 66th Annual Fall Foliage Parade.
The annual guide to preparing your home for the coming New England winter.
Berkshire Community College presents an annual roundup of forty young leaders making a difference in Berkshire County.