Friday, June 7, 2019
Happy Friday, sunny Berkshires! Quick question: I recently had some work done on my car. For the first estimate, I was told it would cost $800-plus to fix; the second estimate was for just over $200. So, should I report the first business to the Better Business Bureau and the state Attorney General's Office for inflating prices? Email me, and tell me what you think I should do.
For our first article, a Pittsfield Police officer has been tossed from the force for alleged inappropriate contact with students in city schools.
Drury High School held its commencement ceremony Thursday; The Eagle has additional graduations posted here.
The Valor Act, which allows some veterans to be diverted from criminal courts and into treatment, likely won't be used in the defense of a Southfield man who allegedly caused a drunken-driving crash that killed a Connecticut man.
Berkshire Community Rowing is offering free rowing lessons at Onota Lake on Saturday.
And despite its lack of a certificate of occupancy, Taconic High School students are being allowed to attend classes there.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor