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Our Founding Fathers understood that if the new form of government they were designing was to succeed and prosper, it was incumbent on the people hold up their end of the bargain — by actively … more
The state's right wing Republicans, unhappy with Governor Baker's moderate stances and criticism of President Trump, are celebrating their success in getting a challenger to the governor on the … more
Pittsfield residents might be forgiven for imagining that walls of water are cascading in on them from all sides. With the suddenness of a flash flood, the Shire City faces the need to pay for … more
Empirical facts long ago outstripped the climate change debate. Whether or not you believe that mankind is to blame for the phenomenon, a new scientific study has found that the Earth is warming … more
Tomorrow, April 22, is the 49th observance of Earth Day. Originally conceived in the U.S. to raise awareness of the importance of good stewardship of the environment, Earth Day is now observed in 192 … more
The Berkshires' own "X-File," a 1969 UFO siting seen by many and chronicled by several television shows, is marked by a tasteful, 5,000-pound memorial near Sheffield's Old Covered Bridge. Town … more
The economic impact of Tanglewood, and by extension all Berkshire cultural venues, is well-established, but the numbers regarding the Boston Symphony's summer home are nevertheless telling. A study … more
A neighborhood is a living organism with constituent parts — its people, its residential streets, its common areas, its schools, its houses of worship and its commercial district. All depend on … more
Once again, the position of Pittsfield city engineer is vacant, the most recent occupant having skedaddled after only six months on the job. In case you're wondering why the Shire City needs its own … more
If you discover that your favorite Berkshire Regional Transit Authority bus route has been reduced in frequency or eliminated after July 1, it will do little good to complain to BRTA's sorely … more
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