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Over the past several years, opioid addiction has grown into one of the great scourges in American history. Many have died from overdoses; for others, misuse of the painkillers has destroyed the … more
You would think that the #MeToo movement and the whole topic of sexual harassment had suddenly popped up out of nowhere to develop into one of the most powerful animating forces in our current … more
A recent report finding that about 12 percent of Massachusetts' state troopers made more than $200,000 last year strongly indicated that something was amiss, and an internal audit of Troop E exposed … more
Last month, Berkshire County viewers settled down to watch Albany's WRGB, Channel 6 for the local evening news, which often features fires, crimes and spectacular car collisions punctuated by traffic … more
While driving around Pittsfield, it's more than likely that at some point, one will spy the imposing landmark of Bousquet Ski Area looming in the distance. As it towers over the city, it's as … more
With National Small Business Week approaching (April 29-May 5), the personal-finance website WalletHub has released its report on 2018's Best Small Cities to Start a Business. Based on 18 separate … more
The state portion of costs for public school funding in Massachusetts has become an inequitable mess in terms of the way the budgetary pie is sliced, but the more overarching problem is that the pie … more
When it comes to historic battleground sites, Berkshire County doesn't possess the cachet of other Massachusetts locales like Concord and Lexington. Nevertheless, the Berkshires are entitled to their … more
Governor Charlie Baker's announcement on Tuesday that he had created an 18-member panel to look into Massachusetts' transportation needs for the next two decades was timely in several ways. Bearing … more
Teaching is an art, and teaching a child produces the same kind of magical, unique product that a sculptor produces when they apply their own creativity to rough clay or stone. It isn't an exact, … more
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