Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:I was pleased to see an in-depth article recognizing the tremendous accomplishments Jane Winn and Berkshire Environmental Action Team have spearheaded with respect to improving and … more
To the editor:Although Mass MoCA painted over the school children's historic depictions of Northern Berkshire mill workers and the textile dolls on the pillars on Marshall Street in North Adams, to … more
To the editor:Once again, the president of the United States has ignited a firestorm. This time, over the protests within the ranks of the NFL over those players who sit or take a knee during the … more
Be on the lookout for hoarding of animalsTo the editor:These days hoarding is a huge problem, and we learned at Camp Humane this summer that there are specific signs that show someone might be hoarding animals.There is clutter everywhere, including … more
To the editor:The NFL has turned away from being a source of national pride. What started out with a couple of disgruntled players taking a knee during our national anthem has grown to teams playing … more
To the editor:My career in public service has shown me that those who oppose a proposed course of action are often more vocal than those in favor, and the opposition is certainly covered more by the … more
To the editor:Two years ago, the CYC came to the Berkshire Family YMCA after leaving its home on Melville Street three years prior. It was looking for a strong partner with a similar focus — an … more
To the editor:The hammer is poised to crash down as the "first 16" works of art belonging to the people of the Berkshires cross the block at Sotheby's American Art Auction on Nov. 13. The sell-off of … more
To the editor:Once again the topic has arisen about changing the Millionaire nickname. Being a lifelong resident, graduate and former ballplayer of Lenox High School and a coach for the last 14 years … more
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