Friday, May 31, 2019
Good day, Berkshire County. It appears that springtime, having run off the rails earlier this year, is now back to being fully operational. Proceed with sunscreen, burgers and iced beverages.
For our top story, a Dalton bridge is named for a fallen soldier, as family and community work to keep the name of Mitchell Daehling alive.
A police officer, whose recent retirement came after some questionable actions on the job, will get $125,000 in a settlement with the city.
In North Adams, the recent buzz around the rehab of Eagle Street is spreading to nearby Ashland Street, the corridor that connects the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts with the downtown.
Also in the second-most populous city in the county, Mayor Thomas Bernard announced his bid for reelection.
Farther south, the Pittsfield Suns opened their season with a win on Thursday. Read the story and see the photos, here.
And even farther south, a Great Barrington police officer has resigned after a drunken driving arrest.
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