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Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, Dec 8 / By / A great selection of articles in this week's Real Estate Friday! Properties from a private lakefront to the center of bustling Great Barrington. And the first installment of a serialized guidebook to everything you need and want to know if you're interested in Berkshire real estate.

The Berkshire Edge is introducing a membership program, and we invite you to join.

Sunday, Dec 10 - December, 2017 Dear Edge Reader, The Berkshire Edge is introducing a membership program, and we invite you to join.    Not surprising, as The Edge has been a community effort from the start. About four years ago, as internet publishing grew viable, many of you encouraged David Scribner to bring his experience as an editor […]

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, Dec 8 - A great selection of articles in this week's Real Estate Friday! Properties from a private lakefront to the center of bustling Great Barrington. And the first installment of a serialized guidebook to everything you need and want to know if you're interested in Berkshire real estate.

Lenore Aronson, 88, of Stockbridge

Wednesday, Dec 6 - In 1941, as an eighth-grader, she was among a group of 10 students who won the Lincoln Medallion, given by the Chicago Historical Society, for their essays on the definitions of democracy.

Judge spikes lawsuit, dismisses allegations of improper police interference in Sheffield woman’s death

Tuesday, Dec 5 - Dobson's civil case alleges that Fred Weller, the intoxicated driver who killed his daughter, would have been in jail if not for the interference of a small-town police department in nearby Monroe that was using Weller, now 40, as a drug informant. Great Barrington lawyer Ira Kaplan, one of the Dobson's attorneys, confirmed that a notice of appeal has been filed with the Connecticut Appellate Court.

The Very Rev. Walter Taylor, 79, of Lenox and Key West, Fla.

Tuesday, Dec 5 - In Texas, Taylor helped foster the creation of New Hope Housing, which pioneered the approach in Houston of using single-room occupancy housing coupled with intensive counseling and employment support services to help solve chronic homelessness among city residents.

Patricia Brown, 90, of Lee

Tuesday, Dec 5 - Mrs. Brown worked for the New England Telephone and Telegraph for many years, and later in the Lee High School cafeteria and the housekeeping department at Meadow Place in Lenox.