The Berkshire LifeStream - Ltrs to the Editor
To the editor:On April 14, I had a letter to the editor published in this newspaper saying that I was doing a report on Massachusetts and asking readers to send me some information. Your response was
To the editor:This letter is regarding the article "Pot shop gets heat from abutter: A methadone clinic" (Eagle, May 22).The president of Spectrum Health Systems lodges a serious charge at the Girard
PITTSFIELD -- I had been living in the Berkshires less than a year and had been trying to figure out why my sense of belonging to a community -- of being "home" -- already outstripped ...
To the editor:Whatever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on Memorial Day were traffic jams and indigestion? Folks setting to break out their outdoor grill this
To the editor:Once again, seniors 90 years of age and older were treated to a delicious turkey dinner at Ozzie's restaurant. What a great tribute.Many thanks to the Hinsdale Council on Aging
To the editor:The movie mogul George Lucas has acquired Norman Rockwell's masterpiece "Shuffleton's Barbershop" for his own private museum, but no one knows how much he paid for it. Everyone in the
To the editor:Berkshire Community Rowing has just completed construction of a new boathouse in Burbank Park on Onota Lake. Our club is open to all members of the community and welcomes aspiring
To the editor:I must comment on the two articles in The Eagle regarding the Otis selectman's race between Bill Hiller and Dave Conklin. I thought the placement of the article to the right of the page
To the editor:The Berkshire Museum does indeed deserve the "condemnation and scorn" so articulately described by Mr. Giuliano in Tuesday's letter to the editor.I am continually amazed by the people
To the editor:Three cheers for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Richie Neal, and the rest of the Massachusetts delegation in Washington.
To the editor:Some people may have read the May 23 Eagle story about Pittsfield's police dog Ciro thinking, "but it's just a dog." I read the story with tears running down my cheeks.A beloved dog
To the editor:History reinvents itself! Regardless of which textbook you believe, Christopher Columbus deserves to be honored, dishonored, debated and revised to reinstate the Christopher Columbus
To the editor:On the night of May 21, Stockbridge held its 2018 annual town meeting. The warrant was substantial; a few articles were withdrawn. The remaining articles were passed.
To the editor:An Open Letter To Great Barrington Select Board chair Steve Bannon:Dear Mr. Bannon:You are to be commended for your many years of exemplary civic engagement. I feel compelled, however,
To the editor:When you think of trees, think carbon sink. Trees are some of our best allies in the fight against climate change. Through their leaves, they take up 25 percent of the carbon emissions
To the editor:The developers of the 37 Interlaken property say that they are deeply frustrated with the leaders of Stockbridge (Eagle, May 20). That's not quite accurate. They are, in fact, deeply
To the editor:When, and by whom, was it decreed that the one (and only true) mission of that establishment on South Street was to be a place for the display of art? Likewise, who was it who decided
To the editor:It was unsettling to read The Eagle's May 20 edition, which included coverage by Clarence Fanto concerning many long-term Stockbridge residents' contempt for the historic Naumkeag and
To the editor:I just finished reading the May 20 article about the 37 Interlaken development and if I was opposed to it before, I am even more opposed now.The owner's attorney, Jonathan Silverstein,
To the editor:When will enough be enough? Another school shooting, with nothing being done. Our president thinks that all he has to do is offer prayers. Unfortunately, he will do nothing to help