Friday, June 21, 2019
Summer? I hardly even knew spring, and now we've got summer? I guess I never got the memo.
In other news, the parents of a young Sheffield woman killed in the Ethiopian jet liner crash earlier this year were in Washington, D.C., to testify about the safety and scrutiny of newly reissued Boeing 737s.
Do you like roads and things road-related? Pittsfield is hiring a new highway chief. I supposed that explains why there are still potholes everywhere in mid-June.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra will be performing virtually on the Pittsfield Common, in a special event made possible by the wonderful world of electronics.
A 75-year-old ex-attorney from Pittsfield has been sentenced to a year of probation after he was caught smuggling $125,000 of his own money into the U.S. from Bermuda.
We even have someone covering the town of Peru. Can you believe that? Now that's dedication to local journalism. So what happened there? A man named Verne Leach held on to his selectman's seat and will serve a third term.
The Women of Color Giving Circle in Pittsfield held a ceremony for the black graduates of city schools for the 14th year in a row.
And a local wrestling troupe is uncertain what the future will hold, ever since its home at the Berkshire Mall fell victim to the site's many unplanned power outages and abrupt closings.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor