Sept. 2, 2019
Good morning and happy Labor Day to you and yours. I hope those of you who have the day off are enjoying it, and that those of you who are working are not breaking your backs. Don't let the wet weather get you down ... there'll be some sun Tuesday.
Meanwhile, ride out the rain with these stories ...
SUPERVISED INJECTIONS: Medically supervised injection sites for IV drug users is an idea that could save lives. But will the Berkshires get behind such an effort?
OLD SCHOOL, CHANGE OF USE: At the former Searles school in Great Barrington, the owner is envisioning a repurposing of the site but wants to eliminate a restaurant and bar from her plans.
$70M RAISED: The Tanglewood Forever capital campaign has raised more than $70 million.
NO JURISDICTION: The Great Barrington Conservation Commission says a proposed cannabis farm is not under its purview.
RACE IN WARD 5: The three candidates vying for a Pittsfield city councilor's seat distinguish themselves from one another in their vision for the city.
NOW HIRING: The new Wayfair call center is filling positions now; our Tony Dobrowolski takes us just outside the interview room.
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Berkshire Eagle online editor