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BOSTON — In a time where economic growth is on everyone's mind, and putting "America first" seems to be the priority, it makes no sense that we would now choose to step back from leading the way on climate action.United States leadership on … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — Thirty-four Spring Street is a small space, considering the big purpose it serves as the office/studio of WilliNet, Community TV for Williamstown. Broadcasting on two cable channels, 17 and 16, WilliNet provides an avenue of … more
East Chatham, N.Y. — The sleeping volcano snoozes as Danny and I gather binoculars, camera, hats and field guides for the boat trip on the Ca o Negro near the Nicaraguan border. Our van is on time and we bound along the bumpy road to La … more
The week of April 23 is National Volunteer Week. Every year hundreds of individuals, with various abilities, give freely of their time and talent as volunteers with Berkshire United Way; since July 1, 2016, they've put in over 1,700 hours.Dedicated … more
FITCHBURG — Immigrant's Day will be celebrated Wednesday at the State House in Massachusetts. A day to celebrate immigrants, events are coordinated by the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA). A critical focus of this … more
NORTH ADAMS — The Gestapo-like tactics born of immigration reform continue to rear their ugly heads in Massachusetts.At Boston Logan, this weekend, two Columbian sisters were detained for 36 hours before being sent home. Here to visit their … more
RICHMOND — Admittedly, in Finland we visited the ceramics factory; in Northern Ireland, we toured the home of Irish linen; on the Portugal island of Madeira, we learned how grapes become an expensive liqueur. In all three places, we were … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — When activists on the left and right are cheering the defeat of a bill on an issue as contentious as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you know you are living during the Trump presidency. The American Health Care Act (ACHA), … more
Williamstown — We turn on the faucet. We shower, we brush our teeth, we drink the water without a thought. Yet a few miles away, across state lines, neighbors have no such good fortune. Well water contamination in communities in Vermont and … more
LENOX — Opioid addiction, until recently stigmatized just as cancer, AIDS and mental illness once were, is coming out of the shadows in our area, thanks in part to the efforts of the recently organized Central County Opioid/Heroin Work … more
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