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What started as a hamburger joint in front of rental cabins on Route 20 in Hancock became one of the area's nicest restaurants during baby-boom years.I remember Ida and John's for its great made-from-scratch food and good prices. It was owned by … more
HONG KONG — The blizzard of controversial executive orders and tweets from the White House has been driving coverage of President Donald Trump's early weeks in office, much as intended by him and top advisors Steve Bannon and Jeff Sessions. … more
STOCKBRIDGE — For more than 200 years, a hotel has sat at the corner of South and West Streets in Pittsfield. There currently is the Crowne Plaza, which The Eagle reported earlier this month is facing foreclosure proceedings. more
BOSTON — Western Massachusetts has a critical role to play in the Trump era. Our own Rep. Richard Neal has risen to the top Democratic post in arguably the most powerful committee in Washington — the one that controls the purse strings, … more
NORTH ADAMS — On the street corner outside of North Adams City Hall, the tremors of the outside world were echoed in a rural version that is no less alarming than the wider civil unrest we face.Once confined to hearts and minds and the … more
RICHMOND — No question about it. Amazing would be quite correct as an adjective to describe Frederick Douglass. It created a stir last week, however, when the president of the United States — recognizing Black History Month — … more
BOSTON — Massachusetts vocational-technical high schools are like the person who toils for years, only to be termed an "overnight sensation" when he or she finally achieves recognition. For over a decade the schools have quietly compiled an … more
WINDSOR — Around the age of 30, a person will notice that time seems to be accelerating. But at that age it's only a faint and short-lived notion. By 55, a person begins to realize that years can flip by like cards in a deck. At the age of 60 … more
LENOX — Despite cliffhanging uncertainty over the fate of one of President Obama's signature achievements, the Affordable Care Act, the Massachusetts Health Connector has just completed a robust enrollment period for its 250,000 current … more
In an Eagle op-ed column on Jan. 14 entitled "Less pink, more grit" Petula Dvorak of the Washington Post made the argument that her sisters should "back away from the pink — pussycat hats," etc. — and focus more on the human rights of 51 … more
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