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ALBANY, N.Y..— When the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) recently came out against the the Berkshire Museum's plans to sell 40 prized artworks to fund its "New Vision," the museum trustees … more
PITTSFIELD — Insanity is often described as doing the same thing over and over, always expecting a different result. But is it necessarily crazy to do something repeatedly just because others say that it makes you look irrational? After all, … more
DALTON — Meteorologically speaking, hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean is almost over. There are thousands of people ready to breathe a sigh of relief that the threat of more storms … more
LENOX — Advocates and voters who approved legalizing recreational retail marijuana shops have nothing to fear from the five-member Cannabis Control Commission, even though four of them, including the chairman, voted against last November's … more
RICHMOND — As the Boy Scouts decide to recruit girls, let's remember that Girl Scouts have long been more inclusive and less judgmental about membership. The Boy Scouts - until 2013 - were … more
TYRINGHAM — As a former executive director of a small Berkshire County museum, I feel the pain of my colleagues at the Berkshire Museum. It is a huge challenge to find the funds to operate year … more
CHARLOTTE, N.C.— When I think of New England, many things come to mind. Cranberries, covered bridges, white churches with tall steeples somewhere in the center of town, parades. Fourth of July … more
PITTSFIELD — President Trump has promised to "give our country the best Christmas present of all: massive tax cuts." But based on what is known at the moment, this appears more likely to be a … more
"In the government the legislative department shall never exercise the executive and judicial powers, or either of them, the executive shall never exercise the legislative and judicial powers, or either of them, the judicial shall never exercise the … more
PITTSFIELD — Our teens are our future. When they succeed, we all succeed. In 2016, 87.3 percent of Berkshire County kids graduated from high school on time. While that sounds encouraging and … more
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