Energizing the vote
With just 10 days left before the special election that will send voters to the polls to fill the vacant seat left by Democratic Sen. John Kerry, candidate Edward Markey and supporters were out in full force Saturday at the Arts Block, bringing Sen. Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Rep James McGovern along for support.
image courtesy of www.bywayswestmass.com The new site features distinctive artwork.
Now that summer's at hand, would you rather raft down the Deerfield River, visit Ashfield's Bullitt Reservation, experience one of the last remaining drive-in movie theaters, or browse around the Montague Mill, Lamson & Goodnow's outlets and craft studios in Shelburne Falls? A big problem in marketing this region to potential visitors is trying to ... (more)
The American Spectator
George Clooney's Perfect Storm
"They are proving themselves to be the greatest war criminals of this century by far."
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Ceremony marks completion of New England National Scenic Trail
Quabbin Reservoir provided an appropriate backdrop Saturday, National Trails Day, for a brief program and hike celebrating the completion of the 220-mile New England National Scenic Trail.
John Brunelle takes his former boss' advice and gets to take the diploma walk
John P. Brunelle , a former Holyoke city councilor, used to work as a legislative aide for Congressman John W. Olver .
North Adams Transcript
nbCC meeting set for June 4
The 27th annual meeting of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition will be held Tuesday, June 4, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Williams Inn.
Sentinel & Enterprise
'I cry about them -- my friends'
Norman Brodeur was a shoe salesman when President Franklin D. Roosevelt's military draft scooped him up in 1940 and sent him to Europe during World War II, where his job was picking up the bodies of his friends and comrades.