The Greeting

Friday, Nov. 16, 2018

Good morning, Berkshires! We hope you like the color white, because the entire  region is swathed in a blanket of it.

At 9:45 this morning, the National Weather Service reported that there was a band of heavy snow  extending east from Pittsfield to  Chester, Vt.  Several area schools had two-hour delays; none closed.

Meanwhile, in the headlines ...

BRTA PARATRANSIT ROLLS: A strike still looms but was averted for today, giving riders a reprieve.

2 MORE CHARGED: Second and third suspects in the stabbing death of William Catalano appear in court.

ONE UPSET JUDGE: This Berkshire County judge is none too pleased with the commonwealth, which failed to produce a representing officer for a court case against a man charged with on drunken driving and gun charges; the case was tossed, and the judge writes a scolding in response.

MAN SHOOTS SELF IN FOOT: Windsor man shoots self in foot; police investigate shooting; police find and confiscate 43 pot plants and nine guns. 

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Best,

Noah Hoffenberg,
Eagle online editor
nhoffenberg@berkshireeagle.com


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