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THEATER REVIEW: ‘2.5 Minute Ride’ plays at Hartford Stage through June 23

I don’t always recommend solo performances, but this one is that rare exception. It is a must see!

News Brief: Great Barrington police investigate State Road car crash

Police along with Great Barrington Fire Department and Southern Berkshire Ambulance responded to the scene and found the vehicle had struck a utility pole and two trees before coming to rest in a stream.

Elizabeth “Betty” Pachulski, 92, of Sandisfield

Betty worked in the kitchen at Fairview Hospital, in the customer service department at Zaire’s, as a secretary, and as a house cleaner for her own business.

Sharon Liptzin,73, of Stockbridge

She will be missed terribly by her family and friends because of her amazing ability to connect with people.

‘Mayor of Main Street’ David Magadini missing in action

On the evening of July 6, Magadini, who was known to walk the streets pushing a cart containing his belongings, was reportedly struck by a minivan on South Main Street (Route 7) in the area of Ward's Nursery.

News Briefs: Clinton Church Restoration grant; GB downtown improvement project ‘substantially complete’; man charged with assault to murder

Clinton Church Restoration awarded National Trust for Historic Preservation grant Great Barrington -- Clinton Church Restoration Inc. is one of 22 sites and organizations dedicated...

Raymond Pieczarka, 84, of Great Barrington

He oversaw the L. John Schinelli Renal Assistance Fund, benefitting both the Baystate Medical Center and Berkshire Medical Center renal dialysis units.

Patricia New, 66, of Springfield, valedictorian at Monument Mountain in 1969

Her career included being a piano teacher; the organist and choir director at St. Peter’s Church, Great Barrington; mathematics and computer teacher at Berkshire Country Day School; computer programmer at Geary Corporation and more.

As strike looms BMC nurses tell alarming stories about patient care

One BMC nurse said the situation has deteriorated to the point that many Berkshire County pediatricians are sending patients to Bay State Medical in Springfield out of frustration.

Charles J. “Chuck” Bragdon Jr., 65, of Sandisfield

Chuck was a graduate of Monument Mountain Regional High School class of 1969. He worked for many years as the service manager at R.W.’s Inc. in Lee.

Ronald J. Sturles, 71, of Pittsfield

with his five children and wife Patricia, Ron moved to the Berkshires in 1995.

GB attorney, town moderator, firefighter Edward McCormick suffers heart attack

McCormick, 68, was finishing the annual Turkey Trot Race, a Thanksgiving morning tradition held at Bard College at Simons Rock, when he collapsed.

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