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THE OTHER SIDE: The king is not dead — not really

Well, in one fell swoop, the new conservative majority—it might be more accurate to call them the new MAGA majority—betrayed originalism and textualism.

Dorian Held, 71, of West Stockbridge

Dorian lived as a stained-glass artist before becoming a popular and successful realtor with Wheeler & Taylor.

Beverly Trombley, 77, of Lee

Bev worked at Albany Medical Center as a charge nurse in the operating room until her retirement in 2007.

Carol Brunell, 73, of Rochester Hills, Mich., formerly of Lee

Carol worked as a nurse at Berkshire Medical Center and Framingham Union Hospital.

Alice Wilmot, 91, of West Stockbridge, trustee, deacon, Sunday School teacher

Alice was a great believer in the collective power of people to work together to make the world a better place.

News Briefs: Baker calls immigration executive order ‘problematic’; ‘Complete Streets’ funding awards

"Massachusetts is a global community. We all benefit from the shared experiences of our partners from around the world. Our education, health care, business and public sector institutions rely on these relationships to deliver on their missions every single day." --Gov. Charlie Baker

Holly Michele Hunter, 51, of West Stockbridge

Active in local sports, she coached youth soccer for 10 years and enjoyed following both her own children’s and her former players’ achievements. She loved to live the life lessons that sports teach.

Struck near crosswalk on his scooter, Great Barrington man remains in critical condition

Stewart Keith Dupuis, 62, suffered “serious injuries,” as he attempted to cross South Main Street in the vicinity of East Mountain Medical Center — near a crosswalk with a pedestrian light — at around 7:30 pm.

Update: Shooting in ‘quiet’ Ashley Falls neighborhood; victim’s identity not disclosed

“It’s strange to think of something like this happening in a peaceful, safe neighborhood where we all contributed.” -- Priscilla Rueger, 82, who lived near the trailer where Tuesday's shooting occurred

Sheffield man shot multiple times, suspects at large

The event was determined to be an isolated matter and was no threat to the general public, but police requested that anyone with information about the incident call the Sheffield Police Department at 413-229-8522.

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