The Greeting

Friday, Oct. 26, 2018

Good morning to you, the faithful of the 413.

Snow sightings are becoming more and more frequent. Take a look at these photos from Gillian Jones, who found herself atop Mount Greylock for some of the first snow of the season.

Elsewhere, Eagle reporters were busy about the county, gathering the facts on these top stories ...

RESTRAINED IN OTIS: The chairman of the Board of Selectmen now has a restraining order against him after a town employee says he entered a her  bedroom uninvited while she slept.

EARLY VOTING GOING WELL: That's the word from citizens and their clerks around the Berkshires.

PACKED HOUSE: Area residents came out in droves to hear two retired judges and a Pultizer Prize-winning journalist speak about the Supreme Court and the future of justice.

ON THIN ICE: The Berkshire Community College nursing program hasn't satisfied accreditors.

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Noah Hoffenberg,
Eagle online editor


The News

In Berkshires, early voting - 'At your pace, on your time' - going well

For personal reasons, Paula Cooke was at Pittsfield City Hall on Wednesday to fill out her ballot for the Nov. 6 election two weeks in advance.Cook is among the hundreds of Berkshirites taking … more

The Weather


The View


Our Opinion: Give Berkshires a seat at transportation table

The most succinct characterization of the commonwealth's newly formed transit task force lies in a paraphrase of a country-western song: "Eastern Massachusetts got the goldmine, and the Berkshires … more

The Landscape

Berkshire musicians have Tom Petty covered

PITTSFIELD — Since Tom Petty died on Oct. 2, 2017 of an accidental drug overdose, performances by Traveling Wilburys bandmate Bob Dylan and countless others have paid homage to the … more

The Score

Berkshire County football Week 8 previews: City title, much more up for grabs as teams enter final week

Where did the autumn go? Nobody's talking about the frosty weather of late last week. But it feels like the opening week of the high school football week was just a couple of weeks ago. Instead, this … more

The Plan

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The Snap

While temperatures in the valley hovered around 40 degrees, it was in the high 20s on the snow covered summit of Mount Greylock. Visitors view the foliage from the summit looking into the town of Adams on Thursday.

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