They were the speak-no-evil and see-no-evil duo of the Internal Revenue Service.
Lois Lerner, who runs the IRS office that targeted tea party and similar conservative groups for extra scrutiny, took the Fifth when she appeared Wednesday before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
The reader favorite features tales from throughout the Berkshires. This newsroom within the newsroom is compiled by The Eagle s staffers. Keep up with your favorite Berkshire tidbits every day, in addition to the weekly County Fare column that runs in print on Wednesdays.
Kate Abbott, editor of Berkshires Week, explores the hills one farm, raku kiln, canoe, fiddle and flamenco at a time. By the Way is an extension of Kate s weekly column that runs every Thursday in Berkshires Week.
If you are a lieutenant governor with no opportunity to become governor, there isn't much point in remaining as lieutenant governor. That's the dynamic that led to the decision Wednesday of Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray to resign and return to his home city of Worcester, where he will lead the Chamber of Commerce. No one could be shocked.