In a letter to the editor, Alice Maggio writes, "What is most devastating is that, because singing has been shown to allow high rates of transmission of coronavirus, choral singing will likely not be
In a letter to the editor, Susan Witt writes, "Having a local currency in place, circulating through our community banks and to our locally owned businesses means we have a strong tool ready to build
While the vast majority voted for legalizing marijuana, we did not want it to dominate our town.
In a letter to the editor, Sheela Clary writes: "In the next few weeks, young children everywhere will be left to fend for themselves for eight to 12 hours per day, three or four or five days per week
In a letter to the editor, Brandee Nelson writes, "The warrant articles proposed by the planning board seek to enable careful growth to create housing opportunities in support of the master plan goals
In her letter Sharon Gregory writes: "The format of Town meetings under COVID19 does not lend itself to debate and is disadvantageous to opposing views."
Robert Forman insists that everyone should be equal before the law.
The Edge has published many COVID rules of conduct from county officials and anecdotal stories from observers.
As the executive director and the officers of Southern Berkshire Elderly Transportation Corporation, we feel we need to respond to some of the comments made by town manager Mark Pruhenski and Rene Woo
In a letter to the editor, Susan Bachelder writes, "The problem here is that if the town considers itself above the law, then everyone might, by right, consider themselves above the law too."