AboutTony Dobrowolski's main focus is on business reporting. He came to The Eagle in 1992 after previously working for newspapers in Connecticut and Montreal. He can be reached at email@example.com or 413-496-6224.
With membership at its Lee branch having doubled over the last decade, Greylock Federal Credit Union is moving the office to a roomier location at 43 Park St.
Red Shirt Farm in Lanesborough is starting work on an almost $800,000 project to build a farm store and commercial kitchen
Jim Schultz, who owns Red Shirt Farm in Lanesborough, is building a combination farm store/commercial kitchen to serve as a local food distribution site for Berkshire farmers.
As a 911 dispatcher for the Berkshire County Sheriff's Office, Kristin Keefner is trained to keep her cool while others are losing theirs
Kristin Keefner has learned to stay calm when others are in crisis through her job as a 911 emergency dispatcher for the Berkshire County Sheriff's Office.
Children's book author Ty Allan Jackson entertains youngsters about the joys of reading to youngsters on his return to the Berkshires from his new home in California.
Jim Schultz spent a career in education while dabbling in farming. Now that he's retired, he's farming full time.
Six Berkshire performing arts centers have combined receive over $400,000 this year from the Mass. Cultural Council's gaming mitigation program, which attempts to level the playing field between nonprofit and municipal cultural venues and casinos.
Homeowners beware: A possible mortgage scam that looks good on paper will put a 40-year lien on your home
The Middle Berkshire Registry of Deeds is warning area homeowners to be aware of unusual mortgage agreements provided by a company that is under investigation by the state Attorney General's Office.