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Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, Jan 19 / By / Want to bet you cant find anything more gorgeous than this week's Property of the Week? And we continue our review of beautiful homes sold in 2017. See what you missed. And more.

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, Jan 12 / By / Plenty to look at and read in this week's Real Estate Friday!, from the best sales of last year to a gorgeous property of the week, to a spectacular Transformation to the latest installment on our complete guide to dealing in Berkshire real estate.

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, Jan 5 / By / Happy new year! This week we move forward while embracing the past, with a gorgeous renovated Victorian and staff picks for the Best of 2017. Plus, Installment Five of our guide to buying, selling, financing and building real estate in Berkshire County.

Marie DeAngelis Carr, 88

Tuesday, Oct 14 - Her iron will and strength of character were traits well admired by all who knew her. With her quick wit and a twinkle in her eye, one couldn't help but be charmed by a woman who overcame so much in her long life against very big odds.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Shorts; Montessori tour

Tuesday, Oct 14 - This year’s Berkshire Shorts will feature a block of contest entries in “The 30 Day Film Challenge,” a contest in which local filmmakers had 30 days to write, shoot and edit short films.

Future school consolidation: The drawbacks and benefits

Thursday, Oct 2 - “This is a clash of economic concerns with educational concerns. It’s going to be an ongoing theme. At what point does it get too expensive?" --Carl Stewart, chairman of the Southern Berkshire Regional School Committee

Marion E. Oleen, 72, of Sheffield

Wednesday, Oct 1 - Marion’s funeral will take place on Monday, October 6, 2014 at 1 p.m. at Christ Church Episcopal, Main Street, Sheffield with The Rev. Annie Ryder presiding.

‘Alternative approach’ to Monument renovation is fatally flawed

Wednesday, Oct 1 - Richard Coons, chair of the Monument Mountain Regional High School Building Committee advises that the so-called Alternative Approach to Renovating Monument "reflects a lack of knowledge of virtually every aspect of law, building planning, design, construction and educational program needs."

David Magadini, guilty of trespassing, sentenced to 30 days

Monday, Sep 29 - "He slept there at night, scared people, forced his way onto third floor, which is locked, waited for someone to open it, and walked in behind him." -- Alan Kalish, manager of apartment building at 4 Castle St. in Great Barrington