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Rhymes for April — let me sing The pleasures of returning spring ... Fools are made, by far the worst, On other days besides the First. — William Makepeace Thackeray ("The … more
RICHMOND — One of the bones of contention in my family concerns jigsaw puzzles. Several close relatives insist that a puzzler must start with the outside edge. Their vehemence implies that some … more
Families are finding themselves gathering more frequently around the kitchen table these days, but not in a way they had planned. Over the course of this month, tens of thousands of working … more
Thirty-one years ago, Berkshire County basketball fans were paying attention to a Division III college basketball team that was endeavoring to make the first Final Four in school history. It … more
The COVID-19 outbreak has been especially frightening for Massachusetts nursing home residents and their families, and now the state is working with the industry to move some residents out of … more
PITTSFIELD — A Berkshire County woman in her 80s is the latest to die of COVID-19 in the region, bringing to five the number of fatalities due to the coronavirus. more
The Outlook is today's look ahead at the week's weather, its impact on the Berkshires and beyond. more
To the editor: Gov. Baker, please join other governors and tell outsiders from the "Hot Zones" to stay away and enforce follow-up! Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida has signed an executive order … more
To the editor: I am glad that both sides of our Legislature passed the stimulus relief package. They CAN work together for the good of the whole country when they want to. There is going to be … more
To the editor: As each state enforces its stay at home rules, millions of "families" are now being forced back together. Many couples have to actually look each other in the eyes after years of … more

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