AboutGreta Jochem, a Report for America Corps member, joined the Eagle in 2021. Previously, she was a reporter at the Daily Hampshire Gazette. She is also a member of the investigations team.
BRO MX, has two months to come in compliance with conservation restrictions — like hiring a botanist to evaluate the conservation area on the property and put up required signage around it — after a Conservation Commission vote.
Meet the students from McCann Tech in North Adams who qualified to compete at a national skills competition
Five students from McCann Technical School will be going to the SkillsUSA national competition in Atlanta, Ga., next month to compete against other technical school students in their areas of study.
Hotel Downstreet, renovated and rebranded, puts emphasis on artistic flourishes befitting of North Adams
Previously a Holiday Inn, new owners purchased it more than a year ago, renamed it and worked on changes inside the building.
“At this point we don’t foresee any change in the shopping center," said David Burns, general counsel for First Hartford Realty Corp which is managing the property.
Who will be crowned the Majesty of the Berkshires? Drag performers will compete for the title at the Adams Theater in a Pride pageant
Drag performers will compete for the title of Majesty of the Berkshires at the Adams Theater on June 2.
Former Police Chief Jason Wood is suing Mayor Jennifer Macksey and the city for wrongful termination
The former police chief alleges in a suit filed earlier this month that the city breached his employment contract and is asking to be reinstated as chief.
Tina Marie Leonesio, previously the assistant city clerk, was promoted by a unanimous City Council vote on Tuesday. There's been a lot of turnover in the job, but Leonesio wants to bring consistency to the position.
The sidewalk outside this North Adams mill building has been closed for months over safety concerns. The owner said a repair plan is coming soon
It will continue to be closed until the owner submits an engineering report to the city ensuring it's safe, or the building's wall is removed, according to Building Inspector Bill Meranti.
Firefighters got a call at 11 p.m. and arrived to see flames on the building's roof, North Adams Deputy Fire Chief Robert Patenaude said on Thursday morning at the scene.