Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Good morning, Berkshire County. The weekend's sunshine and warmth has been replaced unceremoniously with overcast skies and drizzle. More on that, here.
Today, The Eagle has a selection of Memorial Day stories from around the county, where many came out to honor our fellow Americans who perished in war. Check out these stories from Adams, Cheshire and Pittsfield.
In North Adams, city leaders are girding for the possibility that the city might be a pilot community for a cannabis cafe; North Adams was one of five communities invited to opt-in to the pilot program because its mayor participated in a state-led workshop on social consumption.
A local investment firm and a green-teen-to-work company are teaming up with the aim of helping to rehab Springside Park in Pittsfield.
Speaking of green, Sandisfield has become one of the state's recognized "green communities," and has landed a grant to prove it.
The Harriman and West Airport in North Adams still is hoping for an August opening for its new administrative offices.
One person was hurt in a head-on crash in Pittsfield, in which an SUV collided with a pickup truck.
And in South County at Monument Mountain Regional High School, a new program will expose students to workplaces in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor