Monday, May 6, 2019
Good morning, Berkshires! Things are looking up in the weather department, as the sun is out and the moisture is evaporating.
It's almost post time in Great Barrington — or at least that's what horseracing fans are hoping for, with the company that owns Suffolk Downs beginning the evaluation of the Great Barrington Fairgrounds track surface and property.
A food truck that just received the OK for a site in Lenox now has the OK for a second location in town.
A house fire Friday set off ammunition stored inside the burning structure, but first responders escaped injury.
Following suit with other school districts in the region, residents must decide if Monument Mountain Regional High School should be replaced or renovated.
A man who tried to elude police a week ago is being held and will soon be extradited to Connecticut to face charges there.
And please give these other fine stories a quick read, so you can take your rightful place as the king or queen of the water cooler ...
NO JOB LOSSES: Covanta Energy Corp. is aiming to sell its Pittsfield and New Jersey sites, but there are no job losses expected in the offing.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?: For Adams and Cheshire, a decision looms on whether to adopt a new name for the school district.
ICYMI: After missing its fouth tax payment in a row, the Berkshire Mall closes again Friday, another in a long list of intermittent and unexpected closings over the past two years.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor