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  1. Our Opinion: Negative ads in 19th a taste of what's comingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | Berkshire Eagle

    The political ads for the Elizabeth Warren-Geoff Diehl U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts are going to be nasty, but Berkshire viewers don't have to wait that long to get a taste of the kind of attack ads that will clog the screen in October. The Congressional Leadership Fund has been financing TV attack ads upon Democratic congressional candidate Antonio Delgado in the district west of the Berkshire border since August and they get a little uglier with each fine-tuning.


  2. Despite work on leaky pipe at Berkshire Common, Cafe Namaste remains closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Berkshire Eagle

    Cafe Namaste in the Berkshire Common office complex in Pittsfield remained closed for a third consecutive day Friday as work continued on fixing a leak in an overhead drain pipe that caused the eatery to shut down Wednesday. Under terms of a city Health Department emergency closing order, cafe owner Michelle Artioli must inform the city when the problem is solved.


  3. Berkshire Common owner facing possible fine over plumbing issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | Berkshire Eagle

    The city is poised to fine the Berkshire Common if the owner fails to make immediate repairs to a tenant who closed Wednesday because of a leaking overhead pipe. Mayor Linda Tyer told The Eagle late Wednesday afternoon that the health and building departments have been unable to track down Bercom LLC of Schenectady, N.Y., or the owner's local representative regarding the plumbing issue at Cafe Namaste.


  4. Brianna McGurran | Ask Brianna: College costs more when paying with plasticRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | Berkshire Eagle

    Student Hannah Daignault fills a grocery bag at the Schenectady County Community College food pantry in Schenectady, N.Y. Many colleges allow students to pay their tuition, fees and other expenses with a credit card, but it's probably not a good idea. Sure, your college may allow students to pay for tuition and fees with a credit card.


  5. GE eliminating 225 positions in SchenectadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    General Electric announced Tuesday that it plans to eliminate 225 positions at its facilities in Schenectady, N.Y., according to The layoffs will affect 200 hourly production employees and 25 unreplaced vacancies.In a statement, GE said the layoffs are due to challenges facing the power industry in general, and a 45 percent decline in volume at its Schenectady facilities."


  6. Development plans for ex-Price Chopper space in Lee include food market, market-rate apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    A Lenox-based developer wants to bring back grocery shopping to downtown Lee. Benchmark Development is working on plans for a residential/commercial project that would include a food market on the site of the former Price Chopper that closed last summer.


  7. Boston University Tanglewood Institute hits high note for applicants, enrollmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    July 25: Young Artists Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, music of Bernstein and Stravinsky, 7 p.m., Boston Esplanade Hatch Shell July 29: Young Artists Wind Ensemble, including Copland's Lincoln Portrait with narrator Deval Patrick, 2:30 p.m., Ozawa Hall LENOX - Five years ago, university officials told the Boston University Tanglewood Institute to become financially self-sufficient. Now, BUTI leaders say the summer training program for high school-aged musicians has expanded its mission during its 52nd season and is thriving, while strengthening its ties to the university.


  8. Pittsfield: Museum hosting Holocaust programRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    The documentary film, "My Italian Secret: The Forgotten Heroes," part of a program in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, will be screened at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8, at the Berkshire Museum's Little Cinema, 39 South St. After the film, La Rabinessa Liora Kelman of Congregation Beth Israel in Schenectady, N.Y., will share her family history of survival. A candle lighting and prayers in memory of those murdered in the Holocaust will also follow the film.


  9. Ruth Bass: Journalist's curiosity shines new light a long-forgotten storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    Ever the reporter, Amy Hill Hearth couldn't help wondering about the abandoned house near where she and her husband lived in Ossining, N.Y. Little did she know that following up on her curiosity would lead to years of research and, in January, publication of a book called "Streetcar to Justice" . The trail led to Chester Arthur, 21st president of the United States, a woman being physically thrown off a New York Street car, a long-forgotten civil suit and Amy's heightened awareness of how slavery and prejudice affected the North.


  10. Power back on after Thursday outage at Berkshire MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    Power was restored to the Berkshire Mall Friday morning following its second blackout in five weeks. "We are up and running today," said Becky Smith, administrative assistant for the mall, when reached by The Eagle early Friday afternoon.


  11. Power back on at Berkshire Mall as questions still linger about partial outage's causeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | Berkshire Eagle

    Power has been restored to the Berkshire Mall following a daylong partial outage that began Tuesday, but the reason for the interruption remains unclear. By 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, many of the hallway and overhead lights were back on in the 720,000-square-foot shopping complex.


  12. Crew makes quick work of demolishing 1888 house in LenoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    A crew from Western Mass Demolition Corp. takes down an 1888 house on Church Street in Lenox, to be rebuilt as the future home of the Casablanca contemporary fashion boutique. A crew from Western Mass Demolition Corp. takes down an 1888 house on Church Street in Lenox, to be rebuilt as the future home of the Casablanca contemporary fashion boutique.


  13. John Davidson on his "demented" Captain HookRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    "I love and envy them all, they're all so talented and filled with youthful energy," said Davidson of the cast of "Finding Neverland." The cast of "Finding Neverland," a musical about the story behind how J.M. Barry's "Peter Pan" came about.


  14. Price Chopper cuts off cut-through route in former Lee grocery store's parking lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Price Chopper caught local motorists off guard recently when the supermarket chain suddenly blocked access to a popular bypass of Main Street. The Schenectady, N.Y.-based grocer has placed six large concrete blocks at its West Park Street entrance/exit, the outlet for drivers cutting through the private property, via the post office on Consolati Way.


  15. Authorities ID truck driver who died in Mass. Turnpike crash as Pennsylvania manRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    A northern Pennsylvania man was the tractor-trailer driver killed Monday evening on the Massachusetts Turnpike. State police say Jordan Hunt of Genesee, Penn.


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