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Facebook, as we all know, is a great place for hot takes. It's part of what keeps us coming back for more, isn't it? ... [Read More]
Before his passing, Dalton's Gib Kittredge played an integral part in getting a hockey rink inside The Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires as... [Read More]
Before leading her team to a Hoophall Classic win over Longmeadow on Friday, Wahconah point guard Maria Gamberoni stopped by The Eagle offices for a... [Read More]
Uplifting voices from the Berkshires and Baltimore honored two champions of civil rights on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Cantilena... [Read More]
Residents are pushing back against the city for being slow to fill the school resource officer position at Reid Middle School. Hundreds had signed... [Read More]
Lee Public Schools could be days from hiring its first full-time superintendent in nearly nine years. On Monday, the Lee-Tyringham Union 29 Committee begins... [Read More]
The word liberal has seven letters. It is not, never has been, a four-letter word. It is not, as little kids sometimes say, 'a swear.'... [Read More]
'Of winter's lifeless world each tree Now seems a perfect part; Yet each one holds summer's secret Deep down within its heart.'... [Read More]
To the editor: As we are heading to the polls in 2020, the voters want to vote for the most qualified person who can... [Read More]
To the editor: I got quite the kick out of the Jan. 16 Phyllis McGuire column 'How much for a plumber to pluck pieces... [Read More]
Most men and women will be remembered for their deeds and beliefs for a brief interval and then the passage of time will erase that... [Read More]
Baseball has taken center stage in sports this week. It hasn't been a good week for baseball, but that demonstrated why, while football may be... [Read More]
The host Eagles picked up two wins and finished the afternoon with a record of 2-1-1 in the Mount Everett duals Saturday morning. ... [Read More]
On a day when Williams center Matt Karpowicz became the 37th Eph to reach the 1,000-point mark, the Wellesley native cautioned the rest of NESCAC... [Read More]
When Deval Patrick was a child, people stepped inside the Currency Exchange, on the poor side of Washington Park, because they didn't have bank accounts.... [Read More]
Time sure flies. 'It's pretty surreal that we're literally three-fourths of the way into college,' said Saint Anselm College guard Grace Guachione. 'I feel... [Read More]
According to MassWildlife, each winter they receive inquiries from the public regarding whether or not to feed wildlife. While people have good intentions, supplemental feeding... [Read More]
Just about a year ago I set out on the Hoosac Range Trail with my micro-spikes, in snow conditions similar to recent low levels. I... [Read More]
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