Monday, Nov. 19, 2018
Good morning, Berkshirites! It's another snowy morning in the westernmost hills of Massachusetts, and the weather has more in store for us, heading into the Thanksgiving holiday.
We bring you a wide array of stories today, ranging from a missing pair of pugs to the state of homelessness in Berkshire County. Read it all to be in the know ...
HOMELESSNESS IN THE COUNTY: The Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority reports that in the past fiscal year, it helped 2,229 households sliding toward homelessness.
PUBLIC WEIGH-IN: Great Barrington officials will take input tonight on who should be the next town manager.
A JOB FOR ALL: Zip 'N Sort not only moves millions of pieces of mail every year, but it also provides much needed jobs for people with disabilities. Click the link to read the story and see a video.
MISSING FUR BABIES: Two lovely little pugs escaped from their owner in Monterey, and she's pulling out all the stops to find them.
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Eagle online editor