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State Rep. Pignatelli appointed as Lenox’s interim town manager, effective July 1

Select Board members applauded filling the opening with a local resident already knowledgeable with town workings.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Hellfire in Brick City: A Novel of Morality and Mortality’

It would be unfair to say how this novel ends before the reader has had a chance to get involved personally, but this story does build to a potential fireball and the climax is at once unpredicted and perfectly crafted.

BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction’

At last we have available a truly complete guide that opens the doors to world literature.

Bits & Bytes: Truck Day; Writers Read; paint & oil collection; Petrichor album release; new website for BNRC; Camphill Ghent tribute orchard

Truck Day will feature more 40 vehicles such as dump trucks, bulldozers, snow groomers, 18-wheelers, snowmobiles, police cars, and fire trucks for children to look at, climb on, sit in.

Bits & Bytes: Mark Oppenheimer at Williams; BHS poetry reading; Ventfort Hall magic show; Passover at Temple Anshe Amunim; Woodland Connections for Women; Facebook...

The "Celebrating Animals in Poetry" event will feature the Church Hill Poets as they read their own work as well as poetry of others focusing on animals in their lives and beyond.

Bits & Bytes: Jacob’s Pillow & MASS MoCA co-production; HD broadcasts at the Mahaiwe; haiku workshops; Middle East talk at Shake & Co.; Alford...

The paving of Taconic Avenue from Castle Hill Avenue to the Railroad bridge at St. James Place will be done next spring. The Town will install speed monitoring signs and stop signs to reduce speeding.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.