Ever since January of last year, the nation has endured President Donald Trump's debasement of the highest office in the land. Through it all, his base wooed by his careful nurturing of its
To the editor:I have to take issue with the fact that Chan Lowe has "no problem with the incumbent, Richard Neal" (Eagle oped, June 17). I have lots of problems with Congressman Neal. If Mr.
To the editor:To borrow from Peter Navarro, there will be "a special place in hell" for Trump and all those who are allowing the zero-tolerance policy to continue separating children from their
To the editor:Last year, when my driver's license was due for renewal, I simply went to the Pittsfield Registry of Motor Vehicles and there was no hassle or problem and I came away with a temporary
To the editor:On more than one occasion since Donald Trump took office, various sound bites from American history have come to my mind. The most recent "recording" began its replay the other day when
To the editor:A new national poll shows that 55 percent of Republicans approve of the Donald Trump-Steven Miller policy of ripping children away from their asylum-seeking parents along the Mexican
STOCKBRIDGE With summer bearing down, the Berkshire theater scene is underway. But the drama that has been most closely followed is one that continues to play out at a non-theater venue; the
WILLIAMSTOWN Amid the blizzard of media coverage surrounding the Trump-Kim meeting, the confiscation and incarceration of immigrant children from their parents on the Mexican border, and the
Don Morrison searches for the goal of current U.S. foreign policy.
To the editor:Attorney General Sessions turned to St. Paul's letter to the church in Rome to defend the Justice Department's prosecution of immigrants and refugees. He may have U.
To the editor:Here's a letter I never imagined writing, in response to a crime I never imagined my own government would commit. The children who have been taken from their parents at the border since
This is not a happy time to be an immigrant in the self-described "nation of immigrants." Our current administration and a significant portion of our Congress have decided that developing and
PITTSFIELD The world's biggest liar competition is an annual event in Cumbria, England. Judging by the ingrained mendacity of President Donald Trump, I would rate him a clear odds-on favorite
As a testament to legalized marijuana's newfound clout, the substance and the industry it has engendered have already inspired proposed federal legislation that would seek to correct the current
LENOX Back in the day in my case, about 21,000 days ago mid-June meant school is out and a summer job is in, along with a modest paycheck good for some evenings at the local
Remedies to the problem of drug addiction are as complex as its causes. They're also expensive; to be effective, they need to include counseling, prevention, education, assessment, therapy and myriad
The reaching of a tentative contract agreement Friday morning between Berkshire Medical Center and its nurses is great news for both parties, and for the Berkshire community they serve.The agreement,
The Massachusetts Audubon Society website refers to turtles as the "ultimate survivors." The photograph on A-1 of the June 14 Eagle of a snapping turtle crossing Route 183 in Stockbridge attests to
To the editor:On May 12, we held our inaugural fundraiser for Berkshire Baby Box, a nonprofit organization that provides a safe-sleeping space for newborns and many items to help ease the transition
SOMERVILLE, Ma. As Father's Day approaches, it's important to reflect on the sometimes-overlooked contributions fathers and father figures make to their families - and to recognize how much
GREAT BARRINGTON Eliza Roxcy Snow's verses were several times set to music. "O My Father," for example, penned in 1845, still appears in the Latter Day Saints Hymnal. "How Great the Wisdom