Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Good morning, 413! The former head of the FBI is testifying as we speak, but I'm not sure what will be revealed. Robert Mueller is the kind of guy who's going to let his report speak for itself.
In much more local matters, some Great Barrington residents are champing at the bit to get their say heard as the company that owns Suffolk Downs preps for racing's return to the town fairgrounds. Meanwhile, in 2012 the company was fined for illegally dumping horse waste.
Soon, regular folks will be able to pen missives like a true dowager countess, as Crane Stationery has been tapped as an official paper in the "Downton Abbey" merchandizing line.
Western Massachusetts wants a passenger rail connection to Springfield, not buses: That's the message from state Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli to his peers.
A dangerous pedestrian crossing in Dalton will be made a little more safe with some paint and warning lights.
Springside Park in Pittsfield is slated for a little TLC, which will include the removal of a concrete dam and walking bridge.
Two strong candidates have emerged in Stockbridge's search for a new town manager.
And Mad Macs is consolidating store operations in an effort to expand its mobile computer repair and systems outreach.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor