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Few hot-button issues rile constituents like a cable TV provider messing with their signal. Not surprisingly, Spectrum's decision last year to eliminate first WWLP out of Springfield, and more … more
After a weathering a bit of a scare, owners of short-term rental units in Lenox can once again rest easy. Earlier this week, Lenox's building commissioner, BJ Church, sent a letter to 56 residential … more
News comes from Montpelier that the state, dissatisfied with living conditions experienced by its out-of-state inmates in Pennsylvania, is looking to move its out-of-state inmates elsewhere. Ideally, … more
When it was constructed in 1988, county residents hailed the Berkshire Mall as an engine that would boost the economy of its hometown of Lanesborough as well as that of the Berkshires in general. It … more
It's disappointing that the registered nurses at Berkshire Medical Center have chosen to strike again on June 18 as the cancellation of the planned walkout in February suggested that an agreement … more
Commodities tariffs, when imposed properly and judiciously, can be a potent weapon for enforcing trade policy and fairness. However, the slightest shift of breeze could turn it against its users, … more
It had been 36 years since delegates to the Democratic state convention failed to endorse a sitting Democratic office-holder but delegates, many of whom are newcomers energized by the 2016 elections, … more
W.E.B. Du Bois' reputation traveled a rocky road during the great civil rights crusader's life and in the 55 years since his death, but as times and cultures change, so do perceptions. An … more
To the editor:Several years ago, a letter to the editor appeared in The Berkshire Eagle titled, "Save the grotto." At the time rumors abounded that Holy Family Parish on Seymour Street in Pittsfield … more
A century ago, when factory floors hummed with activity and smokestacks belched black clouds of prosperity into the skies over the Berkshires, locals would have scratched their heads at news that a … more
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