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Sheffield recycles

I applaud everyone who is part of Sheffield’s collective commitment to recycling and reuse. In doing so, money is saved, jobs are supported, and our solid-waste footprint is hopefully reduced as smart environmental choices are made daily.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Ladies Business Group

Although going through the value growth process takes one to five years, the most common question I get from business owners is “What can I do now to improve my business today?”

CAPITAL IDEAS: Beer and the cost of brinkmanship

Negative effects will intensify and compound the longer the shutdown continues. If the government were to reopen today, the affect for this quarter would be nearly tripled due to the impact from workers not receiving paychecks.

Government shutdown prevents EPA from keeping us healthy

"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."

Bits & Bytes: One World Concert; Winter Studio Festival of Plays; gov’t shutdown impacts museum exhibit

The Berkshire Museum will be open to visitors Tuesday, Jan. 15, and Wednesday, Jan. 16, in light of the cancellation of a planned closing due to the federal government shutdown delaying the arrival of the “Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion” exhibit.

Amplifications: The shutdown

The Coast Guard, the agency we rely on during the darkest days of disaster, is about to be shuttered for the sake of a wall and a temper tantrum. Ready to move to Canada yet?

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.