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1 min ago | Berkshire Eagle
A week before the A.H. Rice Silk Mill officially closed in 2006, Evan J. Soldinger walked into the gallery at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts.
3 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
For not being directly involved in theater, I'm surrounded by it. And there's a strong reason -- I love it.
Services are rendered. 1:05 p.m.: A water problem is reported at Camp Winadu on Churchill Street.
The Rev. Mr. Edward Shaw and his wife of 37 years moved to Pittsfield three years ago, into the first house they have owned, after 28 years in Housatonic.
The Committee on Public Health & Safety voted unanimously to recommend the full council endorse a resolution against the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.
William A. Rota has been confirmed by the Massachusetts Governor's Council as an associate justice at Southern Berkshire District Court.
Free admission and fun activities for the whole family will be offered during Free Fun Friday at Hancock Shaker Village on Friday, Aug. 1. Families can tour the grounds on their own, or join a "Young Shakers" tour at an extra cost.
But one of the Steeple City's newest exhibition spaces, Independent Art Project, aims to make that dream a reality.
Representatives of the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority told the Selectmen on Monday that the BRTA is soliciting information for an aggressive restructuring of its South County transportation schedule.
On Tuesday morning, 15 volunteers, staff members and people with varying disabilities sat at a table that overflowed with rainbows of wool roving, a material that was being used to create two new public fiber arts murals.
A city man was sentenced to 31A1 22 years in jail Tuesday for stabbing someone outside a North Adams bar last summer.
A city woman was acquitted on all charges and her two co-defendants found not guilty of the most serious crimes in connection with a brawl outside a bar.
A city man has received an 18 month jail sentence after being found guilty of nearly biting off his roommate's thumb during an altercation over bathroom etiquette.
The 34-year-old man pleaded guilty to 16 counts of sexual exploitation of minors by producing and possessing child pornography.
John Czarnacki has an ample supply of fresh firewood in his yard, thanks to Sunday's tree-toppling thunderstorm that roared through the Greenridge section of town.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:13 am
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