To the editor: It was an emotional and solemn event this past Saturday in North Adams to salute police officers killed by felonious means while in the line of duty.
To the editor: This past two months, a group of parishioners from the First Congregational Church North Adams has been reading and meeting to discuss Carol Anderson’s "White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide." It is an intensely powerful exploration of the multiple, self-consciou…
To the editor: Is there any other Pittsfield resident who has concerns over the chicken rules, regulations and guidelines in the city being followed?
To the editor: In response to a second letter deflecting Republican responsibility for the insurrection and the claim "the democrats/left media fabricated an intentionally inflammatory narrative" ("Letter: I believe the left is lying about Jan. 6," Eagle, April 15) may I remind the writer th…
To the editor: I write this opinion in response to the other opinions I have read in this section recently.
To the editor: I have been a connector for many families in my community in my job at the Family Center of Northern Berkshire County, a Massachusetts Children’s Trust family center.
To the editor: One can believe the earth is flat. One can believe that vaccines are harmful.
To the editor: Across Berkshire County, school professionals and families faced unimaginable challenges presented by COVID-19.
To the editor: My letter ("Letter: The totalitarian left," Eagle, Feb. 3) stated my opinion that the Democrats/left media fabricated an intentionally inflammatory narrative of "insurrection" around the Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol: a hair-on-fire rush to judgment, lacking investigative truth…
To the editor: With apologies to poets, lyricists and baseball fans everywhere, I have written new lyrics to the song "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" in light of Major League Baseball relocating the All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest over the new Georgia election laws.
To the editor: Russia's President Vladimir Putin recently enacted a resolution guaranteeing he will stay in power until 2036 (or the rest of his life).
To the editor: Pittsfield is fortunate to have a pool of well-qualified candidates for its superintendent position.
Letter to the editor: Suicide is a 10th-leading cause of death, and the second-leading cause of death among individuals ages 10 to 34.
To the editor: I remember those golden arches in Pittsfield very well ("Jim Shulman | Baby Boomer Memories: When the golden arches came to the Berkshires," Eagle, April 3).
The natural beauty of the Berkshires landscape is the pride of our fair county. What do we do when a precious part of that ecological sublimity is systematically threatened?
The view from the top of Monument Mountain offers an unparalleled perspective. In the shadow of this towering South County peak lies a landscape whose history is rich and long — and complicated.
Despite a rocky rollout, Massachusetts’ COVID vaccination campaign appears to be on the right track. By the end of the week, the Bay State will likely pass the significant mile marker of 2 million fully vaccinated residents. The commonwealth is also the first state with a population of at le…
“Be with us, for we have lost a son, a father, a friend and a partner.”
I was driving around the other day when I realized that the license tabs on my car had expired.
As we celebrate our second National Volunteer Week since the start of the pandemic, we want to reflect upon the amazing efforts of all of the Massachusetts residents who have stepped up to support their neighbors during these long and difficult months.
I don’t care how you pronounce it, you can’t have a garden without that luscious, juicy fruit. I can skip the cabbage, the kohlrabi and the radishes. I can omit the onions, the garlic and the rutabaga. Give me a plot full of tomatoes and I will be in garden nirvana.
WILLIAMSTOWN — It’s oddly reassuring to find evidence that humans aren’t alone in suffering the effects of cabin fever.
I was a serial volunteer, and that led to the founding of the Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires.
With the House expected to debate next year’s budget the week of April 26, public education funding is shaping up to be one of the most prominent topics of discussion.