The Greeting

Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 
 
Welcome to your midweek, Berkshirites. There's still time to rake the leaves, but not for long.
 
In today's roundup of the best reads of the day, we begin in Adams, where a community rallied around some local farmers whose barn was leveled by fire ...
 
LONG LINE, GREAT CAUSE: The dinner was supposed to run from 4:30 to 7 p.m. After serving 896 dinners, the doors closed after 10 p.m. The beneficiaries?  The Ziemba family, which is still recovering from disaster.

LESS EXPENSIVE PLAN: Craig Gaetani will tell Pittsfield councilors of his alternative wastewater plan.
 
GREETINGS, MADAME PRESIDENT: Karen Spilka, the president of the Massachusetts Senate, is coming to town.
 
WHAT'S A BERKSHIRE FLYER?: Sen. Adam Hinds says one of the main things holding back a rail line is marketing.
 
Remember, you can read every story and every detail with a print or digital subscription to The Berkshire Eagle (print subscriptions even include free digital access!) — subscribe today.
 
Very best —
 
Noah Hoffenberg, online editor


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