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PITTSFIELD - Making a decision for college is never an easy process. But with a good friend by your side, sometimes the decision comes a little easier. In a pair of ceremonies on Tuesday afternoon, Pittsfield's Peyton Steinman and Miss Hall's … more
By Howard Herman hherman@berkshireeagle.com Phydel Nwanze has come a long way in four years. A journey that began in Nigeria, and made a lengthy stop in Pittsfield, will continue in the mountains of Kentucky. Nwanze, a 6-foot-1 … more
The season didn't end the way the members of the Wentworth Institute of Technology women's soccer team had hoped. But that didn't make it any less special for Pittsfield's Taylor Patti. The Leopards lost 1-0 to Williams in the second round of the … more
NORTH ADAMS - Wesleyan (6-0) tuned up for Saturday's home game with Williams by rolling past MCLA in the Trailblazers' home opener. Andrew Gardiner came off the bench to score a game-high 27 points on 11-of-14 shooting from the floor. He also … more
For having only two years of cross-country experience, Connor Meehan has found a comfortable place among the best runners in Western Mass. The Drury senior has found instant success over two years of … more
WILLIAMSTOWN - With just under two minutes gone in the second half, visiting Vassar had cut Williams' lead to one point. Six minutes later, the Ephs had turned out the lights. Scoring inside and outside, Williams exploded on a 20-11 run - 11 … more
SANTA'S WORKSHOP, North Pole — It is a very busy time of the year. Our local high schools are kicking their respective winter sports seasons into high gear. But it is nothing like what's going on here at Santa's Workshop.The elves have had … more
Recently, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) presented the 2015 update to the Massachusetts SWAP as required by Congress. The Plan presents the 570 Species of Greatest Conservation Need in the Commonwealth, the 24 types of … more
By Howard Herman hherman@berkshireeagle.com AMHERST - Earlier in the week, University of Massachusetts basketball coach Derek Kellogg said his young players were going to see more than their share of action. Friday afternoon, the kids … more
LEE — Two of the top girls basketball teams in the Berkshire South division faced off in another back-and-forth game on Friday. Lee and Mount Everett are led by dynamic point guards, as Lee's Karli Retzel and Everett's Gwendolyn Carpenter went … more
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