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West Stockbridge, officials named in lawsuit filed by owners of mobile-home park

The town states that it is prepared to defend the decision of the Rent Control Board.

Celebrating the bounty at Berkshire Grown’s 21st annual Harvest Supper

Regardless of what chef Josh Irwin makes for the Harvest Supper, it will utilize in-season produce grown on the premises of his restaurant or gleaned from a cache of about five local farmers he tries to support as much as possible.

Barrington Brewery’s Gary Happ and Andrew Mankin celebrated as Chamber’s 2019 Business Persons of the Year

Two local entrepreneurs show what a successful partnership can do for a business and for the community.

Business Briefs: Lenox cultural district announcement; Business Persons of the Year; GB town promotions; Pittsfield Cultural Council grant workshop; Salisbury Bank Community Day

Lenox to celebrate cultural district designation Lenox -- Town officials, the Lenox Chamber of Commerce and community volunteers will celebrate the town’s official cultural district...

Run4Uns to honor late MMRHS teacher and coach

The first annual Run4Uns will celebrate the indelible mark Chris Unsworth left on the school community in the more than two decades he spent there as a teacher, coach and mentor to many.

Bits & Bytes: Dog Days of Summer; ‘Particularly in the Heartland; Elihu Burritt Day; Extinction Rebellion talks; Monterey Library grand opening

Extinction Rebellion Massachusetts will hold three talks in the area designed to educate the public about climate change.

PREVIEW: Tanglewood in the city of Pittsfield

The evening's festivities will begin with performances by the Eagles Community Band Brass Ensemble, Barrington Stage MTC Choral Group and students from the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.

Charley’s Fund raises awareness for local teen and others with Duchenne muscular dystrophy

As the founding members of Team Monument reach the tail end of their respective college application journeys, one thing remains clear: Monument students are passionate about rallying around their friend and classmate.

Bits & Bytes: Chesterwood exhibition; ‘Children of the Moon’; Mass Audubon climate cafe; WAM Theatre Elder Ensemble

Taking its name from Du Bois poem “Children of the Moon,” which appeared in Du Bois’ book “Darkwater” in 1920, the event is part of a larger three-day program that brings students together for an exploration of Du Bois’ life, work and legacy.

Let the recreational pot sales begin — at least in ‘Theory’

Outside the front door, there were a few heaters and a line of customers that snaked around the edge of the parking lot all the way to Route 7, where a table by the Marketplace Cafe was set up offering free hot coffee to shivering patrons.

Berkshire Baby Box: Linking new families to Berkshire resources

The primary mission of Berkshire Baby Box is to celebrate new families in the Berkshires; the boxes are given out at workshops where parents receive education, support and vital connections to one another and to area resources as they transition into parenthood.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Love Triangles’ at the Mahaiwe; Jacob’s Pillow Fellowship; Berkshire Grown Spring Supper; Morgan Jerkins at Bennington College

Berkshire Grown's Spring Supper features the talents of chefs from around the world who have made their homes in the Berkshire region.

Bits & Bytes: Blues Traveler at the Mahaiwe; Berkshire Theatre Group in New York City; ‘Rumble’ at Mason Library; fur reclamation drive

Berkshire Humane Society plans to work with local rehabilitators who will use the donated fur pieces to line beds and handmade nests, and swaddle infant animals during bottle feeding.

Through HeatSmart Great Barrington offering affordable green energy home heating options

“Anything that can be done to help reduce heating costs for low-income people, and all of us, is really important.” -- Town Manager Jennifer Tabakin

Berkshire Thanksgiving ‘wheres’

Professional chefs contribute their delectability skills and the food for some of the dinners, like Squanto and Massasoit long ago. All the chefs, cooks and volunteers who present these meaningful dinners are experienced and will be creating meals to remember.

Alfred Cardinal, 86, of Great Barrington

Alfred worked for 35 years as an assessment assigning engineer for the New England Telephone Company.

Business Briefs: 1Berkshire honors North Adams; Egremont businesses to support community garden; Community Cares initiative; Patriot Award for Native Habitat Restoration; SBA award for...

The community garden will be available to Egremont residents who are interested in growing their own food, and special efforts will be made include lower-income families.

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