Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Good day, kind people of the 413. Make sure to enjoy some of this beautiful weather, even if it's just for a few minutes in the morning or evening.
It's another newsy day in Eagle land. Here's the top stories ...
PROTECTED LAND: Hundreds of acres have been added to the Hollow Fields reserve in Richmond, the culmination of decades of work in a public-nonprofit partnership and fundraising effort.
NEW DAWN FOR COUNTY FAMILIES: The longstanding Berkshire Children and Families group is changing its name to 18 Degrees. Find out why.
VIRTUALLY A DUSTUP: The sitting mayor of Pittsfield, who's seeking re-election, is having an online argument with a city councilor who's leaving the area.
STOCKBRIDGE STICKER SHOCK: A migrating flock of second-home owners are protesting what they see as taxation without representation.
NO MERCY GIVEN: A federal judge was unswayed by a Pittsfield builder's bid to paint himself as the fall guy for a predatory and fraudulent lender, and now faces sentencing in a case that dates back a decade.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor