Ella King of Lenox Memorial Middle School, right, and Allie Wolfe of Herberg Middle School present their third-prize-winning science fair project.
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A North Adams man accused of participating in an armed home invasion and robbery at a Quincy Street residence early Tuesday is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to a felony and a misdemeanor.
A city man police say was involved in an early morning armed home invasion of a West Union Street apartment is being held on bail following a hearing in Central Berkshire District Court.
One of the city's legendary political figures, former Mayor Remo Del Gallo, was showered with praise and affection Thursday during a surprise recognition event organized by the city's Democratic Committee.
Before he retired as publisher of The Berkshire Eagle in March, Andrew H. Mick said that he was proud of the role the newspaper had played in the revitalization of downtown Pittsfield during his 14-year tenure.
Voters in Pittsfield largely stayed home for Tuesday's U.S. Senate special election primary.
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 448, invites all veterans and non-members to march with the Post in the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 27, as well as the Fourth of July and Veterans Day parades.
The Pittsfield Conservation Commission and Lyon Aviation are sponsoring a Fishing Derby for youth 14 and under from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, at Wild Acres located off South Mountain Road.
When I made my weekly trip to Guido's the other day, I took a look at the steep and narrow road which an employee of the store assured me is the only entrance for the proposed new Hilton Garden Inn on the bluff above Route 7. I hope she was wrong.
Army Spec. Mitchell Daehling's body returned to the Berkshires on Wednesday. A funeral service will be held on Friday.
Barrington Stage Company presents the American premiere of Bashir Lazhar , beginning May 22 prior to an official opening May 26 in Pittsfield, MA.
As Pittsfield High School senior James "Frank" Christenson watched an accident simulation on Tuesday about the dangers of drinking and driving, his mind flashed to his father, who was killed because of a drunk driver.
Together in the same court room for the first time since their indictments 18 months ago, three men accused in a triple murder case learned Wednesday they could be going to trial in January.
A 26-year-old woman pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a laundry list of charges related to a series of break-ins in Southern and Central Berkshire County and was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in jail.
Pittsfield officials are battling a construction boom inside Springside Park. Private structures are being erected in the 231-acre natural area, apparently by nocturnal revelers.