A referendum on the North Street bike lanes has hit a dead end, but questions remain about the street's design
The City Council shot down a controversial push to place the design of North Street before voters on the November ballot. But alternate plans remain under discussion.
The Pittsfield Licensing Board approved permits for entertainment and alcohol service on Monday, but was again delayed in holding a show cause…
Temescal Wellness is taking a puff and a pass on business as usual on 4/20, closing down its Framingham offices, Pittsfield, Framingham and Hu…
Applications are available online; the BSO also will take part in a MassHire job fair in Pittsfield on Wednesday.
One year later: What’s happened with the mixed-income rental housing complex at Brushwood Farm in Lenox?
Developer Pennrose LLC, awaiting approval of state tax credits and other financing, is now aiming to break ground on the 65-unit rental apartm…
Mayor Jennifer Macksey says 'domestic incident' involving former Police Chief Jason Wood was not the reason Wood was relieved of duty
Phone threats at three Berkshire high schools prompt large police response, lockdowns
There are 15 vacant storefronts in downtown Pittsfield. The Berkshire Black Economic Council wants to fill those by offering money to new businesses
It's a family affair at the 2023 Berkshire County Girls Basketball Hall of Fame induction
When April 20 rolls around, one cannabis dispensary in Pittsfield will shut down. Here's why
MCLA may turn one of its dorms into a homeless shelter for families. Some North Adams officials are wary of the plan
A dormitory on the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts campus in North Adams may become a shelter for homeless families.
The Lenox-based developer hosted the lively exchange at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church on Commercial Street. It ran about three hours and featu…
Adams and its Select Board have been cited for not posting a public meeting notice in the proper place: Town Hall
In a letter sent to the town and the complainant resolving the complaint, which was filed by Catherine Foster on Feb. 7, Assistant Attorney Ge…
For many years the restaurant featured Italian and American food and was open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The space also hosted banquets,…
The pool closed March 9 after a routine roof inspection flagged structural concerns, Jessica Rumlow, CEO and executive director of Berkshire F…
Buxton School, alumni, launch fundraising effort as land-sale negotiations with The Clark are delayed
When news of the land sale came out last month, Buxton alumni called for a fundraising effort instead. Alumni are getting their wish.
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.
Embrace warmer weather with the Berkshire Eagle's guide to backyard improvement.