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Election night’s white-knuckle uncertainty is likely to be with us for some time. Still, there is some day-after analysis to be had. The so-ca…
Eagle columnist Bill Everhart writes: "The state will be choosing a new governor atop a full slate of races. If you haven’t voted early, the polls will be open on Tuesday. Here’s how the Berkshire and state races stand."
The Greylock Glen project in Adams got a significant shot in the arm Wednesday — to the tune of nearly $4 million.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Richard Neal is challenged by Republican candidate Dean Martilli on the Nov. 8 ballot, vying for control of the state's 1st Congressional District, which covers most of western Massachusetts.
In an editorial board meeting with The Berkshire Eagle, U.S. Rep. Richard Neal expressed optimism that Democrats would maintain control of the House in next month's midterm election. And he applauded the work of the Jan. 6 committee following its subpoena of former President Donald Trump.
Berkshire voters will be making decisions on key races Tuesday. Who is on the ballot and where do you vote?
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: "Just plain ugly." That's how North Adams Mayor Jennifer Macksey describes parts of the concrete channels that carry the Hoosic River through her city. This distressed system of "flood chutes," which has protected North Adams since the 1950s, may get a fresh look. That's welcome news to people who want the river to be less an urban captive — and more a public gem.
The most recent federal spending bill includes $1 million for the construction of the proposed Greylock Glen Outdoor Center in Adams. House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal noted the “earmark” in a news release from his office.