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A look at the history of printing newspapers at The Berkshire Eagle and why the newspaper recently bought a new printing press.
Two years after opening at the Holiday Inn, the North Adams Museum of History and Science is looking for a new space as the hotel changes hands.
An autograph book containing inscriptions from Susan B. Anthony, Mark Twain, Thomas Edison and many other American historical figures has been donated to the Susan B. Anthony Museum in Adams.
For the past two centuries, public schools have been battlegrounds over immigration, women’s education, the theory of evolution, racial segregation, prayer, guns, lunch, dress, sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Now there’s a new battle raging — this time, American history, and the truth, is on the line.
The Mohawk Theater opened in 1938, and closed in 1991. The city of North Adams purchased the Mohawk Theater in 1996, five years later. A reque…
In Windsor, celebrations continue to mark the town's 250th anniversary. On Sunday, the town’s Fall Festival runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be held rain or shine in the field next to the Sangar General Store in the town center.
In 1983, Frances Buckley attempted to be the first woman in the North Adams mayor's office. Nearly 40 years later, the city still has not seen a woman at the helm — but that's about to change.
Here's a look at some of the storefronts that went dark in Pittsfield over the last few decades. Window shoppers welcome.
When Pittsfield's leaders decided to raze the original meeting house in 1793, architect Charles Bulfinch was called in to design it. The city …