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DALTON — I am so tired of immigrant bashing that I am ready to dust off my shillelagh and go on a spree. Rational or compassionate arguments don't seem to work with the racist/bigoted, … more
BOSTON — The arrival of spring in New England is always a cause for celebration. The return of sunshine and warmer days; plants easing out of their winter dormancy; the colorful, bursting … more
To the editor:I feel like I am living in the theater of the absurd, in a world where mediocrity reigns and the quality of our lives are threatened beyond belief. There are some shining stars who rise … more
LENOX — It's mighty tough being a school district superintendent in the Berkshires — and anywhere else, for that matter.In an era of declining enrollments and tightening budgets, amid … more
PITTSFIELD — The name-calling of James Comey to discredit his tell-all book released this week — from President Trump's tweet calling him an "untruthful slimeball" to White House press … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Americans are going to have to decide how we want to view China's government, and what kind of relationship we want to have with its citizens. As Mao Zedong sagely cautioned, … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Yes, it would be wonderful to have train service to New York. Of course, some people believe that we don't need more second-homers — the folks who would clearly use the … more
PITTSFIELD — April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), an annual campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual … more
PITTSFIELD — A record number of women are running for public office this year — most of them Democrats. They're fed up with the current occupant of the White House who conducts his … more
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