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TLC #50: Voices for Recovery with NBCC, but first, the news…

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Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and CommunitiesRally, walk and vigil to raise awareness of opioid addiction and recovery

NORTH ADAMS, MA – On Saturday, September 23, the North Berkshire Community will gather to remember those lost, learn about resources, and celebrate recovery from

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TLC #39: Berkshire Four Freedoms Rally—Full Audio

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Estimates by the Berkshires Four Freedoms Coalition, and reported by the Greylock Independent reveal that nearly 2,000 Berkshire residents assembled in downtown Pittsfield, Mass., to demonstrate community strength and spirit and commitment to the ideals encapsulated in President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Four

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TLC #38: The Four Freedoms March

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The Four Freedoms march and rally in Pittsfield, Mass. on Saturday, January 7, celebrates the highest aspirations for democracy in modern times, as elucidated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1941.
Today is Friday, January 6th, 2017—Happy New Year to all of you

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Top Left Corner #36: A Conversation with Mass. State Senate Candidate Christine M. Canning

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About Christine Canning
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Christine Canning was born and raised in Berkshire County. Her mother, Kathy, was a Latin teacher for over 30 years at Saint Joseph’s. Her father, John “JAY”, was the award winning principal of Monument Mountain in Great

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Top Left Corner #33: A Conversation with Mass. State Senate Candidate Andrea Harrington

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About Andrea Harrington
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For Andrea Harrington, this district is home. She grew up here, she attended Taconic High School in Pittsfield, and now with her husband Tim, she’s raising two young sons as a mom herself. Having spent the past

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Top Left Corner #32: A Conversation with Mass. State Senate Candidate Rinaldo Del Gallo

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About Rinaldo Del Gallo
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Rinaldo Del Gallo III has not only been in the Berkshires for the last 16 years, he was raised in Pittsfield. He is one of us and has not been living elsewhere. He has also been

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Top Left Corner #31: A Conversation with Mass. State Senate Candidate Adam Hinds

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About Adam Hinds
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A native of the district, Adam was raised in Buckland and attended Mohawk Trail Regional High School, where his mother was a librarian and his Vietnam Veteran father was a school teacher.  He studied at Wesleyan University

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