Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Good day, Beat readers. A question from me to you: Do you think landscaping crews should park their trucks and trailers in the street while they work, or should they park in the driveways of their clients? Let me know what you think.
Meanwhile, back in The Eagle newsroom ...
The city of Pittsfield is trying to straighten out the scene at Springside Park, the recent site of a teenager's 30-foot fall into an old concrete basin, as well as dealing with the threat of gangs, vandalism and the flashing of BB guns (which look an awful lot like real guns).
The Guthrie Center in Great Barrington is feeling a little down in the dumps after a vandal left a load of trash on the property, with a wink and a nod to Arlo Guthrie.
The Berkshire Athenaeum is receiving special recognition for its resources and dedication to one-time Berkshire resident and American literary master Herman Melville.
A Pittsfield man is facing robbery charges after allegedly trying to rip off an Alltown convenience store.
And the search for a new schools chief for Adams-Cheshire is now down to three finalists.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor