Letters

Williamstown offers a lesson for Egremont – and Richard Allen

Saturday, Nov 18 - In her letter to the editor, Susan Bachelder writes: “[These school buildings ]… cause us to reflect on some pretty good ideas about who we are and what we like to remember about ourselves when we see them. How we care for them today will create our future.”

To take a knee or not

Wednesday, Oct 11 - In a letter to the editor, Andy Moro writes: “The general public in the heartland are sending a strong message against the NFL and kneeling players that they will boycott football.”

After BMC nurses’ strike and lockout, four more questions

Tuesday, Oct 10 - In his letter to the editor, John Breasted writes: “BHS should fully disclose the magnitude of the extra costs incurred in its four-day lockout, and the terms of its contract with the company that supplied its strike labor.”

Commercial ‘pot shops’ will hurt the drug cartels

Saturday, Sep 23 - In his letter to the editor, Jon Piasecki writes: “Squailia’s neo-Puritan zeal is misguided and harmful to our communities and economy. We need marijuana brought out of the darkness and into the light.”

Communities should ban commercial pot shops

Thursday, Sep 21 - In his letter to the editor, Richard Squailia writes: "I do not want the identity of West Stockbridge, or other small towns, to be changed by allowing pot tourism."