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To the editor:In a month we'll be celebrating St. Patrick's Day. Many of those of Irish heritage can recall the towns and counties from which they hail.
To the editor:Listening to Trump's speech Friday about his unprecedented decision to declare a state of emergency sickened me for a several reasons.He, admittedly "didn't need to do this. But I'd
To the editor:I wish to address Doug McNally's Sunday, Feb. 17 letter to the editor about the Wahconah Regional building project and thank him for pointing out needed clarifications.The School
To the editor:According to an article in Friday's Eagle, Big Y in Adams is closing due to limited space to enlarge the store for adding a pizza oven and a sushi bar. Did the Big Y ever do a survey to
To the editor:I can't believe Rep. Richard Neal hasn't signed on to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal. Does he not represent the green and beautiful Berkshires? Does he not have children who
To the editor:Lately, I have been trying to figure out how I can help pay for the proposed new Wahconah high school, the soon-to-be higher sewer tax, my usual bills and keep my home.I have lived in
To the editor:The most troublesome aspect of the new recreational marijuana dispensaries are the sterile, hospital-like, locked-down environments the marijuana is purchased in and the plastic
To the editor:The first presidential debates have been scheduled, necessitating two nights to accommodate the mass of Democratic hopefuls.With so many announced candidates (more will join in ) it's
To the editor:I am not writing to express my opinion on the merits of the Wahconah Regional High School project, but rather to object to the misleading cost figures in the article "New school plan
To the editor:Dear President Trump:"Above all, don't lie to yourself. The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or
To the editor:I grew up across the street from what was the Breezy Knoll Inn-ITAM. In the 1950s, it was a great, quiet, residential neighborhood. We kids rode our bikes and played ball in the street.
To the editor:For over 58 years, students have passed through Wahconah Regional High School with hopes of having successful and bright futures. As a current student of Wahconah Regional, I strongly
To the editor:Eleven unaccounted for Super Bowl points have been found in the trunk of a prominent Democratic activist's car. There is no evidence that this rumor is true, but the 9th Circuit Court
To the editor:I wonder what $5.7 billion could do to help clean up the gangs who terrorize Salvadoran and Guatemalan families and make them flee for their lives to el Norte? If we're considering
To the editor:These days, many regulations are set up for big companies but are applied to small business. That means businesses like mine have to comply with those regulations and pay the costs even
To the editor:When shopping at supermarkets around town, it seems virtually impossible to check out without confronting the cover of the current National Enquirer.It doesn't usually inform the public
To the editor:There is nothing "just" about manufacturing asphalt in East Canaan! There is nothing "just" about allowing a "pre-existing non-conforming use" when there is no documented pre-existing
To the editor:I have lived in Becket for over 30 years and love the gentle, rural environment which surrounds me and my neighbors in the hill towns. I read with great interest Larry Parnass's
To the editor:Regarding efforts to rename Monument Valley Regional Middle School as W.E.B.
To the editor:I am writing in support of the state bill sponsored by Rep. Farley-Bouvier to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses in Massachusetts.As a local family physician, I