Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018
Hearts are heavy at The Eagle today as we mourn with our longtime colleague Jeffrey Borak, whose wife died Tuesday in an automobile collision in Lenox.
I happen to sit very close to Jeffrey, and it always struck me much he doted on his wife, Wendy. A very serious theater critic, Jeffrey's voice would always rise and brighten at her daily phone call to him, calling her "lovey" at greeting and at good-bye.
In my 47 years, I've never heard someone speak in such a loving tone to a spouse; it's something to strive for.
In other Berkshire County news ...
AFFECTED BY STRIKE: Mobility-impaired residents of the Berkshires say the driver strike and subsequently reduced service by Regional Transit Authority is negatively affecting their lives.
PROBATION ENDS FOR PROTEST PUSHER: A Hillsdale, N.Y., man, 75, has paid his debt to society (early) after shoving GOP provocateur Shiva Ayyadurai at an Elizabeth Warren speech.
HIGH HONORS: It's a mutual lovefest between the Lenox superintendent and her School Committee, as they discuss her high marks as a the district's educational leader.
DOING IT FOR THE TROUT: The Becker Pond Dam in Mount Washington will be coming down, and it'll help trout, sturgeon, mussels, shad, salamander, eel, oysters, darters, chubs, catfish, bass, shiners and walleyes.
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