Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019
Good day, Berkshires. It's been a busy morning here at Eagle HQ, which is now sharing the same building as Wayfair. The online retail giant is opening today, and with such an event comes lots of dignitaries. Read here to learn about the event, and also read here to understand the concerns about Wayfair's effect on local parking.
In the very, very sad news department, it looks like a nor'easter is ruining my trip to Block Island this weekend. More on that in subsequent editions of TheBeat.
And in the real news:
EQUINOX HARVEST: Theory Wellness' plants at a farm in Sheffield are coming due, and we were there to tell the story, in print, photos and video.
SWIFT RESPONSE TO CRISIS: Swift River, a Cummington-based company, has begun outpatient addiction treatment services in Pittsfield.
SCHOOL SHIFT: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts will fill the gap in radiology education, which began when Southern Vermont College closed at the end of last semester.
UPTICK IN ATTENDANCE: Tanglewood's attendance numbers are up, in part because of a new array of amenities, classes and buildings.
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