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Whose decline is more severe: Joe Biden’s or the news media’s?

The decisive problem right now isn't Joe Biden or the press; it is what is being done to the American people.

Michael’s liquor license suspended 50 days as a result of fatal car crash

“This is most serious one I’ve been involved with over the years. It’s a real concern. Obstruction of justice, tampering with evidence, lying to police — I’ve never encountered that before.” -- Great Barrington Police Chief William Walsh

Kyle Bailey, driver in fatal Easter weekend crash, sentenced to 4 years in jail

Kyle Bailey, a Keene State College student, was drinking and speeding in the early hours of Saturday, April 4, when the Subaru Forester wagon he was driving crashed into a utility pole on East Street.

Case against Kyle Bailey, driver in fatal Easter accident, moved to Superior Court

Bailey’s blood alcohol content was tested after the accident, but results have not yet been made public. The speed of the car that Bailey was driving has also not been released. The speed limit on East Street is 25 mph.

Kyle Bailey, driver in April 4 fatal crash, arraigned in Southern Berkshire District Court

The initial police report and court documents show the charges as misdemeanors, which have a minimum 30 days in the House of Corrections in Pittsfield and a maximum of 2 ½ years. It is possible Bailey may be tried in Superior Court on felony charges, requiring a minimum sentence of three to four years if found guilty.

BOB GRAY: Distressing news coverage of a local tragedy

A fine young gentleman from Housatonic, Garrett Norton, 21, died tragically in an automobile accident. Worse still is the coverage of the accident by the local newspaper. Most difficult for me, and I hope for all of you, are the gratuitous pictures published under the guise of being part of a news story.

A night of drinking on Good Friday turns deadly for Monument Mountain High School graduates

“They had been at a bar in Lee and hanging out in town,” Great Barrington Police Office Timothy Ullrich wrote of the driver, Kyle Bailey’s, response. And when Ullrich asked him how much he had had to drink, Bailey was reported to have said, “obviously too much.”

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