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The Dalton Police Department deserves praise for taking the initiative in acquiring the overdose-reversing drug naloxone for use by its officers. This is something all small-town police departments in the state should do, and the state could do more … more
Bipartisanship is all but dead in Washington, D.C. but it still exists in many of the states, including Massachusetts. Republican Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker hopes to find a bipartisan coalition in the states to fight against crippling … more
How appropriate that the 100th birthday of John Fitzgerald Kennedy would fall on Memorial Day. The president was a hero of World War II, but beyond his acts of bravery, the combination of pragmatism and idealism that he brought to the White House … more
Who would have believed two decades ago that the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams would today be unveiling its third and final phase, mammoth Building 6? Well, not everybody, but after early stops and starts as the unlikely … more
Restoring Pittsfield's rail connection to New York City and improving Pittsfield's rail link to Boston are ideas that have been simmering on back burners for years if not decades. The former concept may be heating up once again while a proposal out … more
The Pittsfield budget process has begun, and has been the case for some time, the task is to stretch two little money over too many obligations. That task becomes more challenging with each passing year.Mayor Linda Tyer on Monday presented her … more
The purchase by Berkshire Bank's holding company of Commerce Bankshares of Worcester will further solidify the financial base of the county's largest bank. The shift of its corporate headquarters to Boston should make it a larger player in the state … more
There is a need in Massachusetts to provide dental care for those who are underserved, and there are two competing pieces of legislation on Beacon Hill designed to address this need. All parties to these bills have good intentions and it would be … more
Massachusetts' anti-hazing law goes back to 1985 and an incident that resulted in the death of a football player at American International College in Springfield. It was a pioneering law that schools should emphasize to students following hazing … more
Kinder-Morgan is, as a spokesman said, "obligated" to restore the roads in Sandisfield and adjacent towns its subsidiary is pummeling while building its pipeline project in Otis State Forest. The state must make sure this obligation is met in … more
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