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Friday, 15 Feb 2019 - In a letter to the editor, Nick Diller writes, "When I was a kid growing up in New Hampshire, the New England Candy Company products were all over the place."
Friday, 15 Feb 2019 - In a letter to the editor, Robin Helfland writes, "Since opening in 2004, it has been our privilege to work with local students, many of whom experience their first paid employment as members of the Robin's team."
Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019 - In her letter, Rita Kasy writes: “How about thinking in terms of “supporting” instead of fighting and struggling?"
Saturday, 26 Jan 2019 - In her letter to the editor Susan Olshuff writes: “This letter is borne both of desperation at our current predicament and of inspiration for what could be.”
Thursday, 24 Jan 2019 - In his letter Great Barrington Selectboard Chair Steve Bannon writes: "The selectboard did vote to delay the ticketing process for violations of the bylaw until May 2020, for several reasons correctly listed by the Berkshire Women's Action Group."
Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019 - In his letter Dr. Everett Lamm writes: "In today’s health care environment, in nearly all medical settings and not just in rural areas, primary care medicine is increasingly provided by highly qualified nurse practitioners and physician assistants who work alongside physicians in a team setting."
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2019 - "We need strong leadership to strengthen, not weaken, common sense protections that benefit all of us and push a cleaner, greener economy that will simultaneously address an already changing climate."
Monday, 14 Jan 2019 - In his letter James Mullen writres: “Rep. Smitty Pignatelli has been asked to sponsor the legislation, and we look forward to his sponsorship and to having the rest of the Berkshire delegation join him.”
Saturday, 12 Jan 2019 - In his letter Leif Steinert writes: "Movable Tiny Houses could also be constructed by students at the high school, inspected and sold locally."
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2019 - In his letter, Ray Gardino writes: “You have to be careful about who you are communicating with and what the consequences would be if you were fooled or victimized.”
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2018 - In a letter to the editor, Anita Walker writes, "The arts and culture are the antidote to what ails us as a nation. In fact, they can both prevent and cure."
Sunday, 16 Dec 2018 - In her letter to the chairman of the FCC, Sheila Irvin of Pittsfield writes: “We would argue that the FCC must rein in the demands of the commercial interests it oversees when those demands conflict with the public good.”
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018 - In her letter to the editor Susan Olshuff of Lenox writes: “As we reflect this holiday season, let us honor all victims of gun violence by turning tragedy into transformation.”
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018 - In his letter, Warner Friedman writes: “I would like to see some cohesive plans for the future of the museum. Kitchen Kaboom is not enough.”
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018 - In his letter to the editor, Jim Balfanz writes: “[Cable company proposal ] will result in our local access stations like PCTV, CTSBTV, and probably every other one in the entire country to go off the air.”
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 - In his letter David Schecker writes: “How does a moral person support an immoral liar? Trump, like Ozymandias, may come and go. But he has unleashed forces of hatred and intolerance that will not easily dissipate.”
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2018 - "We encourage everyone to take action now to protect PCTV."
Sunday, 2 Dec 2018 - In his letter Bill Burger writes: “Any benefit derived from additional electricity to businesses will be greatly overshadowed by lessening the tourist trade.”
Thursday, 15 Nov 2018 - In his letter Peter Tiso writes: "Service workers often earn barely enough to keep a car moving legally at all, let alone enough for the extras that make winter driving safer in our climate."
Thursday, 15 Nov 2018 - In his letter Dennis Sears writes: "We cannot wait and must take steps now, as e-cigarette use rose 77 percent among high schoolers and 50 percent among middle schoolers so far in 2018."
Wednesday, 14 Nov 2018 - In her letter Joyce Brewer writes: "It takes most people with a nicotine addiction several tries to quit for good, so reach out to those who have conquered this addiction and let them know you are proud of how hard they're working to better their well-being."
Monday, 5 Nov 2018 - In their letter to the editor Tracy Baker-White, Ali Benjamin and Jessica Dils write: "Andrea Harrington is the only name on the ballot, in part because she was willing stand up and say what she stands for and how she'd use the power of the office."
Monday, 5 Nov 2018 - This DA’s office has considered itself completely unaccountable to its community, utilized a policy with regards to confidential informants that further manipulated and promoted violence in the streets of Pittsfield.
Monday, 5 Nov 2018 - In his letter to the editor James Harris writes: "As a proud liberal, I will write in Caccaviello for Berkshire County district attorney on the basis of his far greater suitability for the job at hand."
Sunday, 4 Nov 2018 - In a letter to the editor David Hastings writes: “Serving as the Superintendent, I found both Bonnie and Dennis to be very demanding and nearly always right, making sure that our children got only the best.”
Sunday, 4 Nov 2018 - In his letter Lawrence Davis-Hollander writes: "While people have been convinced to think this election is about right vs. left, conservative vs. liberal, globalism vs. nationalism, Republican vs. Democrat, it is quite simply about good vs. evil."
Sunday, 4 Nov 2018 - In his letter George McGurn writes: “We want to give parents and community members a reason to engage, not disengage. Bright, energetic, serious, working people are stepping forward.”
Saturday, 3 Nov 2018 - In his letter Steve Farina of Great Barrington writes: "Andrea Harrington should be the next Berkshire County District Attorney."
Saturday, 3 Nov 2018 - In her letter Sharon Gregory writes: “Andrea Harrington is part of the solution, not the problem.”
Friday, 2 Nov 2018 - In his letter to the editor, Art Ames writes: “The powers that be are doing a super job of dividing us but you know what? All of we minorities are the plurality.”
Friday, 2 Nov 2018 - In a letter to the editor, Leo Yantovsky writes, "Not graciously accepting his loss in the primary, he then launched his write-in campaign, likely the pressure of those who have held onto power in the Berkshires for a long time."
Thursday, 1 Nov 2018 - In a letter attorney Ira Kaplan writes: “Paul [Caccaviello] is an effective litigator, but he is also a compassionate person. He was a mentor to me, and his touchstone was seeking justice.“