EDGECAST: News in review, a podcast: Lynching threat, opioid epidemic, drunk driving by police, and a new trail network

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By Monday, Oct 17 Edgecasts

This week, Heather discusses lynching threats at Monument Mountain Regional High School, Berkshire Natural Resources High Road town-to-town trail network, the summer drought, the case of a Great Barrington police officer stopped for drunk driving, and the lack of treatment options in South Berkshire for the opioid epidemic:

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