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There is something in this book for everyone, especially if you are a local history buff. It covers the period from the Holocene Glacial Retreat, some 12,000 years ago, to present day.
At some point during Monday's long run, with less than two weeks till the Steel Rail, I got inside my head a little bit and gave whatever my current idea of God or the karmic universe is a quick download on how things are going.
In this week's Designated Hitter column, Howard Herman talks to the Berkshire County baseball community about the passing of longtime umpire Rich Pothier.
After over 38 years of state service, Marion E. Larson retired in early March from her position as Chief of MassWildlife’s Information and Education Section.
You are unlikely to see anyone you know or, for that matter, anyone, on Ragged. It’s a remote location, clothed in spruce/fir forest unique in Berkshire to it and to the Greylock summit.
Everybody has their own story of how their relationship with running began, whether they were five years old or 45. I can't say mine is particularly glamorous.
Howard Herman caught up with John Andreoli and Will Toffey in Worcester a couple weeks ago. The two have Wahconah Park in common as they hope to reach the Majors with the Philadelphia Phillies.
In this week's Woods and Waters column, Gene Chague reviews the Silvio O. Conte Awards Banquet and a study of the Swift River.
After weeks of hemming and hawing about the running stroller, we were getting out there on the rail trail, come hell or poopy diaper.