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PITTSFIELD — Homemade viewer in hand, 6-year-old Noelle Huntley pointed the simple telescope toward the solar eclipse playing peek-a-boo with the clouds on Monday afternoon. "I saw the moon ... cover the sun," the Lenox youngster excitedly … more
SALEM, Ore. — The conditions couldn't have been better.Under a nearly cloudless sky, with temperatures in the 80s, Williams College astronomer and professor Jay Pasachoff rallied his guests and student expedition team during a two-minute … more
ADAMS — At least five more men have come forward and claimed they were victims of sexual assault at the hands of a school custodian in the 1970s.The claims began hours after The Eagle published the result of a monthslong investigation Saturday … more
NORTH ADAMS — City officials are looking for community feedback on the latest proposed bike path.The city is working toward achieving 25 percent of the design on a path that stretches from at the city border with Williamstown near The Spruces … more
PITTSFIELD — City health officials are urging residents to use caution following reports that a fox bit a local resident over the weekend.The Pittsfield Health Department reported Monday the unidentified person was bitten in the vicinity of … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — New "no pets allowed" signs greet dog owners on the most popular dog walk and swimming hole in Great Barrington.But the dogs didn't seem to notice."Just ran smack into it yesterday and my dogs ran right around it and into … more
PITTSFIELD — A traditional August celebration, Discover Tyler Street, will have a new look and goal: showing the potential for development in one of the city's poorest neighborhoods.Pittsfield Better Block will take place Saturday from noon to … more
STOCKBRIDGE — Is it high time to reconfigure the notorious four-corner intersection in the heart of downtown?Citing increasing congestion, Police Chief Darrell Fennelly is proposing consideration of a traffic circle to replace the three-way … more
Eclipse events in the BerkshiresWhere: Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave., PittsfieldWhen: 2 p.m.What: Bring a cereal box with you to create your own pinhole eclipse viewer; plus other art and interactive learning activities. There will be a video … more
PITTSFIELD — The first thing one notices at the city's annual Greek Fest, hosted by the parish of St, George Greek Orthodox Church, is the line. The line to get in, at about 1 p.m. on Sunday, stretched down Bradford Street about 20 yards. … more
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