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WINDSOR — Three people, including a child, were seriously injured on Monday in a head-on collision near the Cummington town line, according to state police.A 31-year-old Cheshire man was driving a 2013 Toyota Camry on Route 9 about 1:44 p.m. … more
In this edition of the Berkshire Eagle Podcast, host Mark Mills presents coverage of a forum held on Saturday, April 22, at the Stockbridge Public Library on the impact of fake news on America’s democratic institutions. more
DALTON — A Peru man was killed and a local woman and her daughter were injured on Sunday in a head-on crash on South Street, police said.Paul Baldasaro, 52, was heading west in a 1988 Plymouth Sedan near Richard Drive about 2:44 p.m. when he … more
PITTSFIELD — Elegant Stitches, the customized embroidery shop now located at 237 First Street, started in Vivian Enchill’s basement in Pittsfield. Vivian had left Ghana to join her husband Alfred, who had already made the move to the Berkshires. Designing clothes was both her trade and her passion in her home country. So, setting up shop and marketing her clothes in her new country made sense. more
LENOX — This summer's Boston Symphony Popular Artists series, already chockablock with a broad spectrum of pop, rock, folk and world music performances, has landed a marquee attraction for a late-season appearance.Making his Tanglewood debut, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Divine Mercy was divine intervention for Adele Garner. After the Rutherford, N.J., woman first visited and prayed at the National Shrine of the Divine Mercy on Eden Hill last July, she says good things began to happen for her. more
GREAT BARRINGTON - A game-changing development planned for the heart of downtown has cleared its final hurdle.The town's Historic District Commission voted 4-1 on Thursday to approve Benchmark Development's Powerhouse Square on Bridge Street. more
STOCKBRIDGE — With the opening of its new library and performance space, Berkshire Country Day School has not only completed its most significant campus renovation in 20 years but also has made a major investment in its future. more
LENOX — The town's first bylaw amendment on medical marijuana dispensaries will be up for discussion at a Planning Board public hearing this Tuesday. The board is proposing the bylaw for a vote by residents at the Annual Town Meeting on May 4. more
LEE — After six years of planning, securing permits and fundraising, the Lee Land Trust has finally broken ground on an entrance to an established hiking trail through one of the town's historic homesteads. more
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