Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018
Today, I'm relying on Hilltown internet, so I'll keep this on point just in case the system crashes.
I've got stories on the human fallout from the paratransit strike within the Berkshire Regional Transportation Authority.
There's also practical info for Pittsfield: your proposed water and sewer rates. Click here to learn more.
Early snow means business for the Berkshires, and our own Scott Stafford surveyed the region to see how recreation and tourism dollars are flowing in.
Bad news for those who loved eating at Allium: It's closing after a 12-year run. But something tells me that another fine eatery will be on the horizon for this entrepreneurial owner.
Gailanne Carriddi gave a lot to this community as a civil servant, and even after her death, she continues to give. Read about how, here.
IN AND OUT AND THEN IN AGAIN: Ed St. John IV will succeed Mark Webber as the Cheshire town administrator, albeit on an interim basis. St. John quit the board to make a try for the job, was somewhat rebuffed, pulled himself from consideration and now has the job. Thankfully, reporter Dick Lindsay explains all.
STOKED ON SPECIAL ED: Morningside Community School Principal Jenny Stokes is taking charge of special education in Pittsfield schools.
PAPERS, PLEASE: After investigating a complaint that Monterey election workers improperly asked residents to present their IDs upon voting, the state found that, ultimately, no one was turned away, harmed or fouled.
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Eagle online editor