Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Happy Middle of the Week, my friends and neighbors.
In today's Eagle and at berkshireeagle.com, we bring you a story of Berkshire family who learned more about their father and his involvement in pivotal efforts overseas in World War II. They traveled to Normandy, trodding on the places where Walt Kelly's boots touched down in 1944.
Eagle Eye Team leader Larry Parnass writes of a late Springfield Diocese bishop, who former church officials say was named in an altar boy's report of molestation; our story shows an effort to cover up the matter.
Recently released search warrant paperwork offers new details into a horrific murder-suicide in Sheffield in March.
Richmond Consolidated School has a new leader, the district superintendent announced Tuesday. Jill Pompi already was the interim principal, and now the post is permanent.
North Adams now has a shelter for its four-legged residents who are lost or without a home; Williamstown and Adams will be able to use shelter services, too.
And an offensive remark at a Whiskey Treaty Roadshow performance has prompted an apology from the band.
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