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Photos: The beards of town meeting season

Last modified: 5/6/2013 2:24:00 PM
Are beards at home at town meetings the same way the wearing of flannel and public displays of knitting are? Can one judge a town’s style by what is observed at town meeting? These are questions that we feel need to be asked this season. In the meantime we can observe and report the hirsute hankerings of men across the region.

The vice chairwoman of the Pittsfield Board of Selectmen is Linda Small. A story in the Sunday Monitor misidentified her.

“I am disappointed yet not totally surprised that (columnist Katy Burns) chose to express her openly hostile opinion toward the Catholic Church, focusing on its failings, rather than expounding on the hope that we see in the election of Jorge Cardinal Bergoglio as Pope Francis.” (Robert Charron, Penacook) Forum, A8


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