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BOSTON — The fate of the iconic Citgo sign in Kenmore Square may seem of only passing interest here in the Berkshires. But the sign, located atop a building presently owned by Boston University, owes its life to a Berkshire man: Pittsfield native Arthur King. more
In January, a tech consultant from the broadband dead zone donned his pamphleteer's cap. In nine fiercely argued pages, Stephen E. Harris went hard after a multi-million dollar question: Why was the Massachusetts Broadband Institute holding back money for design and engineering services — originally $18 million for all unserved towns, or 45 percent of MBI's bond funding — from towns that want to build their own networks? more
HOUSATONIC — Don't leave things unsaid with the people you love.That's the central message behind Jules Jenssen's first foray into radio storytelling. "You have to see the big picture," the Housatonic musician told The Eagle on Wednesday. more
SANDISFIELD — Opponents of a Tennessee Gas Pipeline expansion project that would cut through Otis State Forest in Sandisfield are claiming a legal victory following a ruling by the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. more
LENOX — As part of the town's 250th Anniversary celebrations, a powerhouse panel has been assembled for a closeup and personal look at the town's history from 1881 to the present.The Distinguished Lecture series at 4 p.m. Sunday in the town … more
Page 5 of President Donald Trump's budget this week paused to flag "highlights" in the plan.For arts advocates in Massachusetts, and for U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, what stood out were lows: Scuppering a slew of programs and agencies to … more
"Has not demonstrated results."That's one reason President Donald Trump gave this week for eliminating a $3 billion grant program to cities and towns. Leaders in Berkshire County beg to differ."For us it's irreplaceable," said North Adams Mayor … more
SALEM, Va. — Theo Sandstrom remembers the first time he came down to see Williams College play in the NCAA Division III men's basketball Final Four."I was out of my mind excited," the 15-year old Williamstown resident and Mount Greylock … more
In the middle of the controlled chaos that is the Hoosac Valley girls basketball team, junior point guard Skylar Case stands out among her teammates.It's not about the points that she provides, or the assists or steals she contributes to the team. … more
WILLIAMSTOWN - Think of it as Plan Bee.By the end of May, there could be more buzz about the Clark Art Institute than usual due to roughly 45,000 more bees pollinating the art museum's expansive landscape.As of Friday, The Clark had generated more … more
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