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I WITNESS: Is the sky really falling?

Instead of running his mouth, which is his typical modus operandi, Donald Trump is golfing and enjoying the spectacle of the Democratic Party doing what it does best: freaking out and cannibalizing itself, with plenty of help from media pundits.

It’s Not That Simple: Coming apart at the seams?

Why are our bridges failing? Whose fault is it and why is nothing done until it’s too late? Not surprisingly, part of the problem is money. It costs $4-5 million to replace a bridge so it isn’t something the town takes lightly.

It’s Not That Simple: Where should solar power installations be sited?

This column is a companion to the WSBS radio call-in show, “It’s Not That Simple.” Every other Friday at 9:05 we will discuss and...

Cottage Street Bridge closing to all traffic on Wednesday, Dec. 19, at noon

Engineers for the town are working on a design for the repair plan, which would allow the bridge to re-open.

500,000 gallons of contaminated water produced while testing Sandisfield pipeline; decontamination fails

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. was left with highly contaminated water that the company had not expected – and a big disposal problem.

Main Street project to begin July 14

'Our contractor, JH Maxymillian, is planning on installing construction signs next week, and could begin work during the week of July 14.' -- DOT Spokesperson Michael Verseckes

GB Main Street Reconstruction to begin in July

Work on the Main Street Reconstruction is to begin in this summer, starting at Cottage Street, and conclude in the spring of 2016, but won't proceed within the downtown core, from Bridge to Elm streets, during July and August.
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