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SANDISFIELD — The new line is now buried, tucked into the earth with two other pipelines, right next to the Thoreau Cabin Pipeline Barricade.The barricade didn't stop Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.'s two-mile Otis State Forest stretch of its … more
PITTSFIELD — Police are investigating the deaths of a man and woman whose bodies were found Monday in their city home.John Kordana, 53, and Celeste Kordana, 39, were discovered about 2:50 p.m. at their home at 72 Harryel St., according to a … more
PITTSFIELD — More than 20 people in the county's arts community have signed on to a letter urging the Berkshire Museum to halt its plan to sell 40 works of art to fund an expansion and an endowment.The list of artworks, released Monday, … more
PITTSFIELD — Unionized registered nurses at Berkshire Medical Center are accusing hospital management of threatening to stop their health care and other benefits if they call a one-day strike.Through the Massachusetts Nurses Association, the … more
PITTSFIELD — Alexander Calder, Frederic Edwin Church and George Henry Durrie are among the well-known artists whose works will be sold by the Berkshire Museum.The museum on Monday disclosed the list of 40 works to be auctioned by Sotheby's … more
The Berkshire EaglePITTSFIELD — Starting Tuesday, motorists will find some improved parking options in the city.Officials on Monday announced the reopening of the newly renovated parking lot on First Street. The new lot will be available from … more
STOCKBRIDGE — A community event staged by the developers of a potential resort complex on the former DeSisto School site attracted throngs of curiosity-seekers, many from neighboring towns, over the weekend.On a sunny Saturday, 270 people … more
Larry Parnass, investigations editor for The Berkshire Eagle, spent a little over a week in Colorado reporting on that state’s experience with medical and recreational marijuana. With … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Eric Diven, 34, is not a member of the member of the Berkshire Woodworkers Guild. But he's one of its biggest fans. Diven used to write software programs. But he has just finished his first semester at the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts in Boston. And, courtesy of a $1,250 scholarship from the Guild, part of his second semester will be partly paid up. more
PITTSFIELD — Mildred Elley, a for-profit career training school with a Pittsfield campus, is turning 100 this year. The Department of Education may have a birthday present in store.Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is loosening regulations on … more
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