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The Berkshire LifeStream - Ltrs to the Editor
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To the editor:When a school principal retires halfway through the school year, the school committee asks the principal whom he or she trusts to take over the operation of the school for a short
To the editor: I want to support the letter to the editor written by Great Barrington Police Chief Walsh concerning Alan Chartock's regular Saturday column in The Eagle ("What motivates Chartock's
To the editor:State Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier states the obvious, as reported in the Aug. 14 Eagle.
To the editor:Congratulations to a courageous team, the Little League American All-Stars representing in great style Pittsfield and the entire commonwealth! Words alone will hardly describe a great
To the editor:It was incredibly disheartening to read that 40 percent of respondents believe that the press is the enemy of the people (Eagle poll question, Aug. 13). How do we even begin to have a
To the editor:Paul Caccaviello touts 28 years of experience in the district attorney's office so if the system is broken then Caccaviello is part of the problem. Caccaviello has no other experience
To the editor: On Sept. 4, I am voting for Judith Knight for Berkshire County district attorney. She is the only candidate who has been both a prosecutor and a defense attorney and she has
To the editor:On Sunday afternoon, Sandy Hook Promise in Newtown, Conn. hosted a rally for the youth from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida a fitting location to
To the editor:To letter writer Paula Boynton ("Cheshire boaters had a write to free speech," letter, Aug. 14, and your hard-working American friends..
To the editor:I am very saddened and disappointed to read about the tragic death of the black bear in Housatonic (Eagle, Aug. 3). I have always believed people have the capacity to comprehend the
To the editor:Regarding Alan Chartock's column ("I Publius: Speeders, give us a break and slow down please") of Aug. 4 and the put-downs, insinuations and mockery. This writing style is great for him
To the editor:Massachusetts needs the vote of every eligible citizen in the Sept. 4 primary election. I'm writing to encourage every voter to participate now more than ever.
To the editor:There is an idiom, "an iron fist in the velvet glove," which in essence means a person who is soft-spoken and unassuming in nature, but, who in reality is particularly
To the editor: My civic-minded 11-year-old daughter asked me why I was putting up an Andrea Harrington lawn sign. I reminded her how I've worked for many years in the playwright mentoring project at
To the editor:With just weeks to go before the primary election on Tuesday, Sept. 4, voters in Western Massachusetts should re-elect my good friend and former colleague, Congressman Richard Neal.
To the editor:During the most extreme weather periods, energy is a life-critical resource. Unfortunately, many Berkshire families continue to struggle with energy affordability. The Low Income Home
To the editor:Big money in politics and rapidly increasing control of our political and legal systems by behemoth corporations and other big money interests MUST be eliminated if we want to see
To the editor:As a North Adams citizen living less than a thousand feet uphill from Desperados Mexican restaurant on Eagle Street, as a longtime advocate for interracial healing, and as chair of my
To the editor: I am so impressed with the direction our country has taken in the past 19 months. We are a country on the move. We have elected for the first time a leader who cares about himself and
To the editor:Are you a Super Voter? This is a person who votes in all elections, even those that occur when there is not a presidential election. I wish to encourage all of us to be Super Voters.The