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Hoosac Wind’s completion celebrated: FLORIDA -- As Gov. Deval Patrick, state politicians and representatives from General Electric and Iberdrola Renewables ascended Bakke Mountain to celebrate the Hoosac Wind Project on Monday, resident Stanley Brown and Selectmen’s Chair Neil G. Oleson joined the crowd, exuding a simple reality: They’d been there all along, heard near every debate, and had now come to acknowledge the final product, completed, nine years later.
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The darker side of green: FLORIDA -- Amid Gov. Deval Patrick’s visit to the Hoosac Wind Project site Monday, there were also those who came to protest the project and industrial wind in general. The Transcript spoke with them to get their take on wind power.
Ed Damon is writing this story and can be reached at 413-663-3741, ext. 224.
Not your mother’s hysterectomy: Times have changed and so has the technology being used to perform hysterectomies. Laparoscopic hysterectomies, which are performed at North Adams Regional Hospital, are minimally invasive and cut down recovery time from traditional abdominal hysterectomies from 5 to 6 weeks to 3 to 4 weeks.
Jennifer Huberdeau is writing this story and can be reached at email@example.com, on Twitter @NAT_DigitalJen, or by phone at 413-663-3741, ext. 227.