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With this daily feature, The Eagle runs down breaking local developments in the coronavirus crisis. EXHIBITING CAUTION: The Checkup continues to wade into... [Read More]
With lots of people still at home due to the Quarantimes, keeping yourself entertained is key. I have spared no expense for entertainment, with a... [Read More]
With the majority of the financing for its $20 million expansion plan secured last month, Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing has already begun hiring new employees that... [Read More]
'If you saw a heat wave, would you wave back?' — Steven Wright By Clarence Fanto Eagle correspondent We put a... [Read More]
It won't be long before the sounds of silence are replaced by the ping of ball meeting bat. 'They have prepared diligently. They're... [Read More]
Piece of cake. They kept saying that. A close friend said it. My brother said it. The ophthalmologist said it. The friend and brother... [Read More]
Police Chief Michael Wynn questioned the foundations of contemporary policing Friday during a Q&A with community members examining police reform. 'The system is... [Read More]
Whose freedom does the Fourth of July celebrate? That was the question raised Saturday in Pittsfield's Park Square as performers recited an 1852 speech... [Read More]
With this daily feature, The Eagle runs down breaking local developments in the coronavirus crisis. NOT 'JUST' A PHASE? Over the next few... [Read More]
It was a very, very quiet Fourth of July in Berkshire County. That's because the events that we're used to going to did not... [Read More]
The summer of 2020 was going to be a big one for high school athletes who just wrapped up their junior seasons. In basketball and... [Read More]
Upon entering the Gate of Heaven Cemetery, visitors find themselves face-to-face with Jesus. The religious figure's nearly human-sized granite figure sits atop a... [Read More]
Monument Mountain Regional High School swim coach Jill Svirida is no stranger to uphill battles. She's led her teams to undefeated victories and survived a... [Read More]
The City Council has approved a $3.8 million budget for the month of July, despite opposition from Councilor Marie Harpin on employment practices. The... [Read More]
A 10-mile hike, plus three road miles to return to the starting point. It may sound like a lot, but here's the secret: Once... [Read More]
At its last Fish & Wildlife Board Meeting, Mass Wildlife's John Scanlon, Habitat Program Supervisor, gave a presentation on Mass Wildlife Habitat Management Review 2015-2020.... [Read More]
'NO MASK, NO SERVICE.' Several area stores and restaurants I've visited have this no-nonsense sign on their doors, and kudos to them. Others have more... [Read More]
If you are a new graduate and feel uncertain about your future, you're not alone. Everyone has experienced significant and unexpected disruptions to their plans... [Read More]
I've been advising readers to consider modifying business models, or starting new initiatives, to adapt to the new normal (whatever that is) and to find... [Read More]
Area youths will present the Frederick Douglass speech, 'What To A Slave Is The Fourth of July?' this holiday weekend. The readings will... [Read More]
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