Monday, May 13, 2019
Happy Monday! Did you see any snow over the weekend? At first, I thought it was a trick of the eyes. It wasn't. Odd timing, with us being half way through spring.
Representatives from Suffolk Downs were in Berkshire County, examining the state of the Great Barrington Fairgrounds for possible redevelopment to bring back horse racing to the region.
A federal judge is giving a contractor the rare opportunity to reconsider his plea, in a case involving the defrauding of Greylock Federal Credit Union about a decade ago.
North Adams First Congregational Church's stained-glass windows have found a new home at a museum of liturgical glass in Texas.
At the O+ Festival, also in North Adams, performers can get medical care, literally, for a song.
A county court judge has denied the Berkshire District Attorney's Office request to hold an alleged drug trafficker without the right to bail; meanwhile, he remains held for being unable to post $20,000.
Wednesday is the deadline for organizations to sign up for guaranteed placement in the Pittsfield Fourth of July parade.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor