Friday, June 21, 2024

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Kate Lascar of Berkshire Property Agents offers one of Great Barrington’s classic Victorian beauties in immaculate condition. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

‘Long process’ bears fruit for 23 new U.S. citizens in ceremony at Rockwell Museum

"A good citizen truly embraces the meaning of the words spoken by Elie Wiesel when he said, 'No human being is illegal.'" -- Joan M. McMenemy, first justice of Berkshire County Juvenile Court

LEONARD QUART: Bryant Park, an urban oasis

I often stopped there for a latte from one of its kiosks, or just sat there either reading the Times or observing people before class.

Bill Irvin, 77, of Pittsfield, longtime teacher and administrator

He first worked as the coordinator of English, and then as curriculum and testing director, for Pittsfield Public Schools. He then returned to the classroom at Lenox Memorial High School.

18th Annual Interfaith Celebration of legacy and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

“Do you know that most of the poor people in our country are working everyday? They are making wages so low that they cannot begin to function in the mainstream of the economic life of our nation. These are facts which must be seen. And it is criminal to have people working on a full-time basis and a full-time job getting part-time income.”   -- Dr. Martin Luther King, in a speech to Memphis sanitation workers in 1968, just before his assassination.

Thomas J. Casey, 26, journalist, of Great Barrington

"Tom Casey is an excellent reporter who covers his beat conscientiously, who thinks deeply about the issues involved, who has developed strong, fertile relationships with his sources, writes imaginatively and accurately and is a warm, intelligent and good humored presence in the newsroom." --- Letter of support from fellow journalists at the Hudson Register-Star

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