Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
Good Thursday unto you, dear Berkshirites.
Today, I'll begin by sharing a news story on District Attorney-elect Andrea Harrington, who has tapped one lawyer from Pittsfield City Hall and another from Salem to join her legal team.
A little farther north, in Cheshire, Selectman-turned-interim-Town-Administrator Ed St. John IV says he's ready to hit the ground "sprinting."
And some local superstar will win $1,000 on Friday, should a panel of judges deem him or her the best of this year's Berkshire County's Got Talent.
Everyone's favorite tough damsel in distress, Karen Allen, will speak after a showing of "Scrooged," which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
And there's more in these other fine news stories ...
A NEW BEACON: Phoenix Theatres is on its way to buying the Beacon Cinema, putting $100,000 in renovations into the building in advance of the sale closing.
STILL LIFE WITH BUSES: There's not much negotiation motion between the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority management and its paratransit drivers.
LATE ARTIST'S WORK: Wendy Rabinowitz drew inspiration from healing, peace, the earth and common ground. Read about her and see a couple of her pieces, here.
Eagle online editor
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