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How do you say good-bye to a bolt of lightning; to those eyes that twinkled, that smile that said so much? Jeff Winslow was the embodiment of energy, encouragement and pride.
A warrant has been issued for a level 3 sex offender who allegedly failed to register his address with police the day he was released from jail for failing to register.
Megan Whilden, a driving force behind Third Thursday, Word X Word and other downtown events that put Pittsfield on the cultural map, is moving on.
Megan Whilden, Pittsfield's cultural development director, is stepping down after nine years.
Ten years ago, a group of four local mothers of children with autism decided something needed to be done to support their growing community.
Administration officials are seeking to counter criticism over the pace of action on the city's affirmative action policy and plan.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. - The stopgap measures are in place. Local banks are working with those who lost their jobs to smooth out finances.
The defense lawyer for Berkshire triple murder defendant David Chalue told a judge Monday he is concerned mention of his client's Aryan Brotherhood affiliation could taint a jury towards conviction even though that gang has nothing to do with the three murders of which he stands accused.
Palm sprigs raised high, the fronds flapping in the breeze, members of Zion Lutheran Church celebrated Palm Sunday and the start of Christianity's holiest time of the year.
And while many questions remain about how, when and where such a facility would set up, several parties involved in the negotiations said they are working to restore emergency care in Northern Berkshire as quickly as possible.
I read the article in the April 9 Eagle about opiate abuse in Berkshire County. There are 12-step recovery programs available for both addicts and families and friends.
Those Hinsdale folks -- a small portion of them, it should be pointed out -- sure know how to stir up a never-ending ruckus.