Monday, July 8, 2019
Happy Monday to one and all. The humidity has lifted, and so have our spirits (the wet and cold spring dampened the usual seasonal fervor for many of us).
Fresh off the weekend, The Eagle newsroom is firing on all cylinders, producing this fine selection of informational and entertaining gems ...
James Weldon Johnson owned property — complete with a writer's shack — in Great Barrington, and the new owners of the property aim to make the writer and diplomat's former shed shine once again.
A key vote is coming up in Stamford, Vt., tonight, and it'll determine if a cross-border school district concept advances.
Farther afield, a small team of astronomers from Williams College headed down to Chile for the best viewing of a total solar eclipse.
A new prize named for a late Eagle co-owner will highlight the integrity that Robert G. Wilmers embodied in his philanthropic and commercial endeavors.
There's also fresh news in our Berkshire Business Insider and Landscapes sections, including a look at the varied flavors offered by Lee's culinary scene, and what it's like to be in the pit of Barrington Stage Company's Boyd-Quinson Mainstage.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor