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    John Seven: FreshGrass variety hits a high note

    09/23/2014 12:11 AM EDT
    NORTH ADAMS -- I am not typically a music festival-goer, so when the local big two come around, I tend to pinpoint a few acts that show a lot of promise. 
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    Ruth Bass: Pipeline: We need to worry
    09/22/2014 12:11 AM EDT - RICHMOND -- The pipeline hits home when you read about Jeffrey Clifford, of Lenox, who usually looks across his well-kept lawn, his pretty property on the eastern slope of October Mountain, with the pleasure of a man who enjoys his family’s refuge. Full Story

    William Pang: Young adults deserve a chance
    09/22/2014 12:10 AM EDT - SHEFFIELD Back to school. This means it’s time to stop binge-watching "Orange is the New Black" or "House of Cards. Full Story

    Tony Dobrowolski: Transitions for local businesses
    09/21/2014 01:49 PM EDT - PITTSFIELD Businesses stay, and businesses go. This month, one long-standing Berkshire small business is celebrating a significant anniversary while another one is closing. Full Story

    Milton Bass: One victim at a time
    09/21/2014 01:47 PM EDT - RICHMOND It's impossible to blot the images from your mind no matter how hard you try. Full Story

    William 'Smitty' Pignatelli: Where are our leaders?
    09/21/2014 01:45 PM EDT - LENOX Seldom in the course of our nation's history has there been a problem that we could not overcome by working together to become he roes of change. Full Story

    Clarence Fanto: ‘Torpedoed for telling the truth’
    09/21/2014 12:10 AM EDT - LENOX -- He was the chief whistleblower, the canary in the coal mine. Fortunately, unlike the proverbial canary, former North Adams Mayor (almost) for Life John Barrett III did not succumb, except professionally, after he alerted the public in a June 2013 Eagle article that the state’s new website for unemployment benefits was a technological train wreck. Full Story

    Anne Horrigan Geary: Fall into fall
    09/20/2014 12:10 AM EDT - DALTON The back-to-school displays in the supermarkets have been dismantled, replaced with cartons of Boo Berry and Frankenberry cereal and mountains of fun-size candy bags. Full Story

    John Barry: Inverted tax logic
    09/20/2014 12:10 AM EDT - LENOX Corporate "tax inversions" have generated a storm of controversy. Full Story

    Alan Chartock: Suicide leaves us with why?
    09/20/2014 12:10 AM EDT - GREAT BARRINGTON -- The death of the irreplaceable Robin Williams has many of us considering why people take their own lives. Full Story

    Police deliver pie after Pizza Hut driver hurt

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — After a pizza delivery driver was injured in a crash in Portland, Oregon, two police officers completed the delivery for him. Full Story
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    Stars to pay tribute to Mavis Staples

    CHICAGO (AP) — Mavis Staples is getting the tribute treatment. An all-star lineup of musicians including Gregg Allman, Aaron Neville, Taj Mahal, Eric Church, Michael McDonald, Patty Griffin and more will salute Staples during the I'll Take You There - Celebrating 75 Years of Mavis Staples tribute concert Nov. Full Story
    Emma Watson delivers powerful speech on feminism

    The 'Harry Potter' actress questions why women's rights has become so polarizing in a United Nations Speech in New York over the weekend.