Friday, July 5, 2019
Alright, people! Clear out! The July 4 party is over. But, wait! It's Friday! That means the celebrations can start anew tonight.
Meantime, we have the news to get you from here to 5 p.m.
Starting off with a bang, here's a full Fourth of July wrap up, with stories and photos from Pittsfield, Williamstown and Lenox.
A man is lucky to be alive after nearly drowning in Onota Lake.
The city of Pittsfield now has parameters in place for when and how to proactively deal with mosquitoes; last year's testing showed numbers of the blood suckers infected with West Nile virus.
A man who was tried for filming unsuspecting people in a Dalton restroom can be tried again on additional charges, the state's highest court has ruled.
And North Adams has finished an agreement that'll restore lifeguard posts at Windsor Lake.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor
Correction: I had a nice typo in the first sentence of yesterday's Beat. I humbly apologize.