Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:The people of every city and town in Berkshire County should be outraged that the trustees of the Berkshire Museum are selling artworks meant to be held in trust for them.The very … more
To the editor:If you cross the North Korean border illegally, you get 12 years hard labor. If you cross the Iranian border illegally, you get shot. If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally, … more
To the editor:The Planning Board of the town of New Marlborough had the calamitous task of hosting a public meeting to discuss the merits of an application for a "special permit" submitted on Jan. 29 … more
To the editor:As adolescents in the 21st century, it is very easy to become misunderstood by the generations before ours. We have been exposed to a society that focuses immensely on being something … more
To the editor:I was moved by Katherine Abbott's fine article on Thursday (March 1) about James Weldon Johnson's sojourns in the Berkshires, his friendship with the great black leader W. E. B. Du … more
To the editor:We are writing this letter to express our beliefs about vocational classes. We as students have a firm opinion that students should have the chance to take vocational classes to … more
To the editor:We are writing in behalf of renovating Monument Mountain Regional High School. We are two sophomore students who currently attend the school and believe the renovation … more
To the editor:When I was small, I would only bike around my neighborhood. Now that I'm stronger and more responsible I use my bicycle as a main source of transportation in the summer. Whether I have … more
To the editor:I write as an abutter to the site of a proposed commercial marijuana facility in New Marlborough that has the potential to devastate the bucolic nature of the area on Route 57 near … more
Sunday's oped column "Enough has always been too much" inviting Eagle readers to join in the celebratory dinner for International Women's Day neglected to give the date. It is this Thursday, March 8 … more
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