New England Newspapers

The Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
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For the first time in more than 20 years, The Berkshire Eagle is under local ownership after four investors with ties to the region purchased the paper from Digital First Media. WAMC sat down with The Eagle’s new president Fred Rutberg.

This is a picture of the front page of The Berkshire Eagle
The Berkshire Eagle

Four New England newspapers including The Berkshire Eagle are being sold to local investors who plan to increase news coverage and community engagement. The sale also includes The Bennington Banner, The Brattleboro Reformer and The Manchester Journal.

This is a picture of the front page of The Berkshire Eagle
The Berkshire Eagle

Four New England newspapers including The Berkshire Eagle are being sold to local investors who plan to increase news coverage and community engagement.

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A newspaper reporter who made national headlines when he was fired by the Hudson Register-Star has died.


The Berkshire Eagle

Berkshire residents picking up The Berkshire Eagle tomorrow morning will notice something different. The pages will have much more color and the print will take on a more modern style.

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Digital First Media has named a new president and publisher of Connecticut’s New Haven Register.

Caroline Bonnivier Snyder / The Berkshire Eagle

The longtime managing editor of The Berkshire Eagle has been tapped to oversee newspapers across Western Massachusetts and beyond.

Kevin Moran is looking back at his first job in journalism with fond memories after Thursday’s announcement. New England Newspapers Inc. named Moran, the current managing editor of The Berkshire Eagle, Regional Vice President of News.