Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019
Good morning, Beat readers. It's another newsy day in the 413, and word has it that there's serious heat set to land upon us Wednesday. I, for one, will take it.
Here are The Eagle headlines ...
Shakespeare & Company has a nice piece of property in Lenox, and the theater group wants its buildings to match. The company wants to partner with a developer to turn the rundown parts of the property into revenue generators.
Pittsfield residents had a chance to mingle with candidates up for office in the coming preliminary election.
There's been a motion to suppress evidence filed in the case of a shooting at the Ashley Reservoir.
The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and Williams College have found praise in the annual summary of top U.S. schools, as measured by U.S. News & World Report.
The town of Lee is showing its togetherness as it rallies behind a young woman who was seriously injured last month in a car-versus-pedestrian accident.
A Sheffield cannabis grower has had its license pulled by the state Cannabis Control Commission after a company principal was charged criminally for illegal cultivation of marijuana at an Attleborough site.
And the town of Lenox has been declared a cultural district, one of five in the Berkshires under the Massachusetts Cultural Council program.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor