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What’s up with organizations that send new pitches for support just after you’ve contributed? And how about the nonprofits that mail out their thanks for a donation you’ve never made.
Look in the rearview mirror, and you won’t find the pandemic and other illnesses that remain front and center, making too many people miserable.
Even though the U.S. Senate approved unanimously year-round daylight saving time, the House has no appetite for it so far, and opinion polls show Americans are divided.
Shoppers may welcome the return of a traditional department store to the Berkshires as Kohl’s prepares to open in Lenox.
After a reprieve from clouds and showers, the work week looks wet and cool.
The Lenox School Committee holds a public forum on Tuesday to discuss whether pandemic restrictions such as mandated indoor masking should be eased. Members would be well-advised to stick to the facts.
A blatant electronic intrusion requires a firm set of precautions to enhance security while preserving legitimate participation.
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell called the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill “a godsend,” but several House Republicans who voted for it received threats.
The to and fro on Capitol Hill over social and climate policy. and infrastructure spending, bodes ill for a positive outcome.
Get ready for a long, difficult search for hard-to-find car parts, furniture, fridges, Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas toys.