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Acrylic paintings by Rochelle Wald are on display on the Main Hall of the David & Joyce Milne Public Library for the month of July. An artist reception will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, … more
Naumkeag is celebrating The Trustees' statewide theme of "Art in the Gardens" this summer with art programs for all ages.July programs include "Gardens Inspire: Families Create Art" from 10 a.m. to 1 … more
The Stephentown Historical Society's summer potluck picnic will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, July 9, at the Stephentown Fire Hall pavilion, 35 Grange Hall Road.The society is providing hamburgers, hot … more
The Great Barrington Farmers Market and market sponsor One Mercantile will welcome acclaimed cookbook author Alana Chernila to the farmers market at 18 Church St. for a book signing from 10 a.m. to 1 … more
The sixth annual Special Olympics fundraiser, Midnight Run with the Cops Copstacle Fun Run and Walk, will take place at midnight Saturday, July 7.The course will include five-levels of a parking … more
Berkshire Medical CenterFrank and Samantha Maher of Pittsfield, a son, Vincent Joseph, July 2.Out of area hospitalsTimothy and Stefania Watson of Saco, Maine, a son, Elliot Aurel, June 27, at … more
Berkshire Medical CenterFrank and Samantha Maher of Pittsfield, a son, Vincent Joseph, July 2.Out of area hospitalsStefania and Timothy Watson, of Saco, Maine, a son, Elliot Aurel Watson, June 27, at … more
Berkshire Medical CenterFrank and Samantha Maher of Pittsfield, a son, Vincent Joseph, July 2.Out of area hospitalsStefania and Timothy Watson of Saco, Maine, a son, Elliot Aurel Watson, June 27, at … more
PITTSFIELD — Residents upset by a police department shooting range in their neighborhood got their way this week. Police Chief Michael Wynn told The Eagle he called a stop to operations at the range Tuesday after consulting Building Commissioner Gerald Garner and Rich Dohoney, the city's attorney. more
PITTSFIELD — It might be commonly referred to as the Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade, but the annual celebration isn't just a shindig for the city's residents — or the county's, for that … more
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