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Monday, Oct. 22, 2018 
 
Happy Monday, everyone. It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! 
 
In other news:
 
TRAUMA IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Residents of Robbins Avenue keep their heads low and lament how things have only gotten worse. The street is frequently visited by police.

READY FOR TAKEOFF: A $3.6 million upgrade and building move is on tap for the North Adams municipal airport.
 
'A STAR IS BORN': Lady Gaga might be the lead, but Berkshire County has offered some of its talent to the cast, too.
 
DEEP CONVERSATION: A Pultizer-winning author and a former Supreme Judicial Court judge will talk about the future of justice and the highest court in the land.
 
FINAL STRETCH: The district attorney's race enters its last chapter, as Election Day looms.
 
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Very best —
 
Noah Hoffenberg, online editor

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The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, preaches the sermon at the Episcopal Revival held at the United Methodist Church on Fenn Street in Pittsfield on Sunday, as Spanish language translator Dinorah Padro translates at his side.

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