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Pittsfield's wastewater treatment plant has been in need of an upgrade for a decade and Mayor Linda Tyer and the City Council can be proud that they are the leaders who have addressed it. With a … more
Hubby's Cabins, the tiny pink shacks that sat along Route 102 in Lee for more than 40 years, were quirky remnants of roadside Americana of that era that is disappearing into history. Their origins … more
The move of Peace Train Tees from the Berkshire Mall to the Berkshire Common on South Street in Pittsfield is another win for downtown and another loss for the mall, which continues to shed the … more
Last Saturday, First District U.S. Representative Richard Neal of Springfield, who represents the Berkshires in Congress, delivered the Democratic response to President Trump's weekly radio address. … more
At last, the scourge of opioid addiction that has cast a shadow on every city, town and rural hamlet in the land shows the beginning signs of diminishing (Eagle, April 20). Thanks to increased … more
Whenever a police officer falls in the line of duty, their sacrifice reawakens gratitude among those they protect. There is no higher calling than putting one's own life on the line in the service of … 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
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
Syrian President Assad's chemical weapons attack on civilians motivated President Trump to order missiles dropped on that country, but it hasn't motivated the U.S. president to help get those … more
The student protests in the wake of the massacre in Parkland, Florida have energized a nation weary of gun violence, but to succeed they must continue to grab the spotlight. On Friday, students at … more
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