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“Modo et modo non habebant modum.” (By and by never comes.) — ST. AUGUSTINE (A.D. 354-A.D. 430)


The Greeting

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Good morning, Berkshires. Eagle master journalist and weather maven Clarence Fanto is back with another weather story, wherein the humidity is described so accurately that you're going to feel your clothes sticking to your body.

In other news, we have these stories ...

BODY FOUND IN PERU: The remains of a woman were found by loggers in Peru on Tuesday, and the authorities are waiting for test results to confirm her identification. 

TRUMP TALK IN THE 413: Read here to find out if Berkshirites were shocked by the president's recent racist tweets.

TURNED SELF IN: A woman wanted in connection with the shooting death of Asiyanna Jones in 2017 turned herself in to police after missing a court date.

RICHMOND LAND PRESERVED: An effort between public and nonprofit entities has saved hundreds of acres in this Berkshires hamlet.

WELCOME TO PITTSFIELD: A downtown ambassador program that puts visitors in direct contact with greeters is being hailed as a win by interested parties.

GROWING BUSINESS: These brothers can help you grow it, and then they'll help you smoke it or vape it or whatever else you want to do with it.  You know what it is.

Every day in Berkshire County, actions are being done in your name; find out what that means by reading The Berkshire Eagle. Please renew or subscribe today.

Very best,

Noah Hoffenberg
Berkshire Eagle online editor


 
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Dancers with Ice Dance International rehearse for their Berkshire County debut at Jacob’s Pillow for their performance. From left are Matej Silecky, Liz Schmidt, Sinead Kerr, and Alper Ucar. The synthetic ice covers most of Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Out Stage covering an area that is is just over 34.5 feet deep by 37.5 feet wide.

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