Posted Apr 29, 2014By Gillian Jones | Berkshire Eagle Staff
Brayton Elementary School first grader Zach Hillard, 7, who has cerebral palsy, had his wish come true on Tuesday, April, 29, 2014. Hillard, who is undergoing major surgery in June, got the chance to spend the morning with North Adams Police Officer Mark Bailey, ride in a police cruiser, arrest his mother, meet the Mayor, tour the police and fire departments and ride in a North Adams Fire Department truck.
The Park Square Christmas tree weighs 1500 pounds and needs a crane to lift it. It was donated anonymously so a ve
The Berkshire Food Project served nearly 200 Thanksgiving meals out of the First Congregational Church in North Ada
Mather House, formerly located on Stetson Court in Williamstown, is moved, in two sections, along Route 2, to North
The caboose, engine and a rail car that will be part of the expansion of the Berkshire Scenic Railway's Hoosac Vall
The season's first snowfall blanketed the Berkshires Friday Nov. 14, 2014.
Jeffrey Garrison of the facilities department at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts blows the leaves in fron