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No amount of spin or application of alternate facts can alter the reality of 2017 from a national perspective. It was a grim, discouraging year, one in which the United States essentially surrendered … more
When most people relive memories of their school experiences, meals generally do not play a starring role. Recollections of soup ladies in hair nets, mystery meat and nausea spring to mind — … more
There are 14 counties in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and one would be hard-pressed to find two farther apart, geographically and culturally, than Berkshire and Norfolk. The latter is home to a … more
As the old political saw goes, trying to control a legislature is like herding cats. Add a diabolical twist by having that same legislative body be overwhelmingly composed of politicians from the … more
The town of Williamstown has begun exploring the construction of a traffic circle at the problematic intersection of Water and Main Streets just east of the Williams College campus (Eagle, December … more
Some municipalities of Berkshire County are in an emergency crisis. That is, they are stretched to the breaking point when it comes to handling emergency first-response situations within their … more
In a broadside against the president and the poisonous political climate, outgoing U.S. Senator Al Franken spent the better part of his 40-minute farewell speech on Thursday decrying the degradation … more
Lo, the long hoped-for resurrection of one of the great edifices of Pittsfield and the Berkshires shall come to pass. After lying dormant for the past nine years since its closing by the Roman … more
The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was created in 1997 to ensure that children of parents who earned too much money to qualify for Medicaid but couldn't afford health insurance received … more
Most would agree that there is no better way to sully a pristine view than to plunk a 100-ft. cellphone tower in the middle of it. Carriers have done what they can to mitigate the visual pollution … more
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