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Dalton finance officials oppose new Wahconah, citing cost

DALTON — Finance officials in the town that would pay most for a new Wahconah Regional High School object to the project, questioning its need and cost two weeks ahead of a community vote.The …

Williamstown zoning board wants a whiff before signing off on pot-growing site WILLIAMSTOWN — The Zoning Board of Appeals wants to smell some weed.One of the requests the board members had for the developer seeking to establish a marijuana-growing facility just off Green …
Remains of Pittsfield sailor killed at Pearl Harbor identified In August 1940, a young Pittsfield High School graduate joined the Navy. He never came back. Roman Walter Sadlowski was serving as an electrician's mate, 3rd class, one of 429 crewmen aboard the USS …
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Clarence Fanto: Maybe Baker's views is right about stoned drivers - A Brooklyn-based chocolatier is considering buying or leasing the vacant, 51,000-square-foot former J.C. Penney site at the woebegone Berkshire Mall in Lanesborough for a marijuana-cultivation and …
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Letter: Savoy road crews fight 'chocolate pudding' To the editor:Thank you, Larry Parnass for your Savoy mud warriors story (Eagle, March 20) about our roads — a reality we live with annually.Thanks to Bill and the Savoy road crew for their …
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Our Opinion: New Zealand shows resolve on gun violence

The slaughter of 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, this month — and that government's swift reaction — prompted discussion here about why sensible gun regulation is …

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'The familiar world re-seen' NORTH ADAMS — A great duality exists in New York. While the city is renowned for its vibrancy, much of its activity occurs after-dark, within shadowy structures on dim streets.Artist and native …
Opioid crisis fuels new play by Berkshires native Patrick Toole

GREAT BARRINGTON — "You Are Not Alone," a new play about addiction, recovery, and the opioid crisis by Patrick Toole, will be performed March 28-April 6 at the Universalist Unitarian Meeting of …

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