Thursday, July 11, 2019
Good morning, 413. Today, I feel like someone slipped me decaf instead of my usual high-test coffee; sleep was elusive last night. Now, I'm a sleepy, angry, blind zombie journalist. Sure, I'm taking the notes down, but I make no promises as to what they say or if they're even legible.
Thankfully, there are other reporters who aren't as sleep deprived as me, and they have brought you this load of local news stories ...
NO OCCUPANCY: A couple who's renovating a former Dalton church into their new home is seeking relief from the state to undo a ruling by the building inspector that's barring them from living there.
DESPERATE, DANGEROUS AND AT LARGE: Local law enforcement have not made any progress in locating an inmate who subdued his guard while receiving treatment at Berkshire Medical Center.
WOMAN INJURED ON CROSSWALK: A woman on a scooter was struck and injured on a crosswalk late Wednesday afternoon in Pittsfield.
'WHO IS KIRSTEN ROSE?': She's the Milne Library children's librarian who will be competing on "Jeopary!" tonight at 7:30 p.m.
SERIOUSLY HURT: An Otis man was hurt badly in a crash on Route 23.
NEW LINE OF PRODUCTS: Lenox leaders are drafting a revised host community agreement, the first step in business owner Jim Nejaime's application to open the town's first adult-use recreational marijuana store, on Route 7/20.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor