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BOSTON — An open internet creates a level digital playing field and makes up the "foundation of our tech economy" in Massachusetts, but rules that protect it face a "day of reckoning" on … more
DALTON — Wahconah Regional High School National Honor Society member Dayton Kozlowski says he had never seriously thought about the scale of hunger in the region until he and some of his fellow … more
A series of events celebrating Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of light, is planned by Chabad of the Berkshires, according to an announcement from Rabbi Levi Volovik, director of Chabad. The eight-day … more
DALTON — Draped up to his neck in a barber's cape, Jack Curtiss' light-brown locks really stood out to the more than 100 pairs of wide eyes gathered around him in the gymnasium of Craneville … more
NORTH ADAMS — City residents sent a clear signal to officials on Monday that retail marijuana should not be delayed. At a joint public meeting between the Planning Board and City Council, … more
NORTH ADAMS — When you love dogs as much as David York does, friends give you canine-related gifts for every occasion. So, as York moved out of his Connecticut home this year, he had a decision … more
SANDISFIELD — New town administrator Fred Ventresco is a busy guy. And, it seems, a little publicity shy. After weeks of attempts to interview Ventresco for a profile, he offered one comment: … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — While voters have approved the consolidation of four school committees into one, it doesn't happen automatically.With the election over, the real work begins. And there is plenty … more
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Museum dropped its opposition Monday to the release of impounded court documents requested by The Berkshire Eagle, making public nearly 60 pages of material sealed since Nov. 1. But the newspaper’s effort to obtain all of the information in the impounded files will continue, its president said, because Monday's release contains redactions beyond those that exist in the court's copies. more
SHEFFIELD — Mount Everett Regional School has announced the first quarter honor roll for students in grades 7-12. Nineteen percent of the student body earned high honors, 39 percent percent … more
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