Monday, Dec. 31, 2018
Good morning, Berkshires. We're standing on the threshold of 2019. I can only imagine what wonderful things will happen in the coming year.
But this is not an outlet for futurists (except for Amanda Drane's forward-looking Looking Ahead, Pittsfield column)! The news lives in the now. And in the past, too. Enjoy these recent reports from our intrepid news staff.
NO. 1 BIGGEST AND BEST OF THE YEAR: The Eagle shares its top pick for the most important news story of the year: Andrea Harrington sailing to victory in the race for Berkshire district attorney.
FRESHMAN REVIEW: Mayor Thomas Bernard looks back over his first year in office.
DEPORTATION THREAT: A longtime Lenox resident faces deportation to Colombia after a notification from the government.
THE SUB SHOP ROBBERIES: Police nab two in connection to a recent holdup at an Angelina's sub shop in Pittsfield; it might be tied to a previous stick-up case of a similar ilk.
SNOW DELAYS: Bousquet, a Berkshire ski and winter fun hotspot, is experiencing delays in opening because of maintenance problems.
10 MORE BIGGIES: You've seen our top 10 stories. But you haven't seen our next biggest 10 stories. Read about them here.
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Eagle online editor