Yesterday | Berkshire Eagle
Topic: Joint Replacements. Also at 4:30 p.m. N. Berkshire Community TV Scheduled today in North Adams, Adams, Cheshire and Clarksburg on Channels 15, 16 and 17.
Berkshire Dance Theatre will hold a spring/Mother's Day tea fundraiser from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, at the Eagle's Hall, Curran Highway.
North Adams Public Schools, McCann Technical School and North Berkshire School Union will host a presentation for parents on the "Rights and Responsibilities in Special Education" at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 20, in the Brayton Elementary School Library.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will celebrate its 114th commencement exercises on Saturday, May 18, beginning at 11 a.m., in the Amsler Campus Center gymnasium.
MCLA senior Brian Comeau puts a final message on the marquee of the Mohawk Theater on Tuesday.
Chamber President Glenn Maloney opens a session on upcoming events in the city, including the return of Wilco's Solid Sound Festival.
The Pizza Hut on Merrill Road, which opened in 1976, closed for good on Monday, according to the restaurant's manager and the building's owner.
CLARKSBURG, Mass. - There are two candidates vying for School Committee in the only race on this year's election ballot and a write-in hoping to become moderator.
From left, Mount Greylock Regional High School students Pearl Sutter, Rose Shuker-Haines, Devon Lennon and Steven O'Brien perform in '12 Angry Jurors' under the direction of MGRHS alum Patrick Madden.
A North Adams young man who enlisted in the Air Force last July has been transferred from one base to another in Germany.
Scheduled today in Pittsfield, Dalton and Richmond on Time Warner Cable Channel 16, except as indicated.
Cesarean delivery rates have been rising across the country for a decade. But state public health specialists are trying to understand why the rates are higher at some Massachusetts hospitals than others.
The Barbara and Eric Rudd Art Foundation has big plans for a one-artist museum at the former First United Methodist Church.
Caesar was fined $50 and ordered to stay away from the victim and the case was continued without a finding.
True to their motto, Northern Berkshire letter carriers would not stop for Saturday's rainy weather, and the area's residents showed their generosity as the 22nd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive gathered more than 23,000 pounds of food for area pantries.