Monday, July 22, 2019
Good day, sunshines! Today is your Monday; welcome to it! Get ready for some rain today and tomorrow.
We bring you another newsy volume of TheBeat. For starters, there's a story package on social worker Richard Collins, who works with Pittsfield Police to make sure that the needs of people are addressed during emotional times.
The Eagle also speaks with a filmmaker who documented the life of New England Patriot Julian Edelman.
Berkshire County came in third in the state for the county with the most opioid prescriptions, according to some recently crunched data.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse is going to take his shot at unseating longtime U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield.
And the Cheshire highway chief has resigned. Why? The Eagle asks.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor