Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Hold the phone, Berkshire County! Our merry band of reporters was out scouring the county Monday and turned up a ton of news (for those of you outside the news business, Mondays can often be tough for reporters). The hard way is the only way!
In sunny Lenox, Loeb's Foodtown is more than an ordinary market. Veteran Eagle newsman Clarence Fanto took his pad over to the place, to find out more about the history, the present and the future of this community mainstay.
There was a collision in Pittsfield on East Street on Monday that injured two.
In a hit-and-run trial, a key witness for the prosecution has refused to answer questions, complicating the case.
Seen a strange orb in the sky? No worries. That's just the sun, with its appearance being affected by wildfires in Canada.
Wait! Another orb in the sky? Correct. Later this summer, a participatory art event will take place across the state, including here in the Berkshires. This orb is like a mirror, however.
Is the portrait of the mayor looking at you? Take the time to find out at the North Adams Public Library, where a portrait of Albert Charles Houghton — the first man to lead North Adams as mayor — now hangs in a stairway there.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor