Monday, Feb. 11, 2019
Good morning, Berkshires. Pay no attention to the flurries falling outside your window. This is nothing. The real snow begins tomorrow.
Today, why not warm up with the news? We have a fresh story out of North Adams, where the mayor is seeking new proposals for the next life of the Mohawk Theater.
In Savoy and Florida, a recent deal should have broadband internet service delivered to this rural region in the immediate future.
A survivor of a sex assault by a clergy member is girding himself for a meeting with a review board from the Springfield Diocese.
A judge has ruled that some comments made by a woman immediately after a double-fatal car crash are admissible; she stands accused of vehicular homicide.
The Tri-Town Board of Health is seeking to ask all trash haulers to provide recycling services in its coverage area of Lenox, Lee and Stockbridge.
And please enjoy these other top headlines:
SPECIAL REPORTS: The Eagle has two recent special reports, one on how Berkshire women in jail are housed outside the county, and the other on the Whiskey Treaty Roadshow's making of an album.
FATAL CRASH: An Adams man died after crashing his vehicle Sunday in Cheshire.
INTO THE LIGHT: A group focused on reducing suicide holds a performance and art-driven event at the Colonial Theater.
CAR SEAT HEADREST: It's not what you think.
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Eagle online editor