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Special needs performing arts camp seeks children to participate

Pizzi invites neurodivergent children, children with autism who have low support needs, and any child with a disability to join the camp, which is free, and set to run August 5 through 9 at Berkshire Community College.

Luxury hotel to be proposed for Searles School complex

"You could imagine that demolition is anathema to historic preservation. On the other hand, you could get a new structure that pays homage to history. It all depends on what the Selectboard is willing to do.” -- Town Planner Christopher Rembold

Vito’s toxic venture: The story of New England Log Homes

The romantic vision of closer-to-nature of log homes turned into a toxic nightmare for Great Barrington where the town and the Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire had to deal with the demise of New England Log Homes that processed timber on an 8-acre site on Bridge Street.

$40 million commercial, residential development slated for Log Homes site

The plan, now known as 100 Bridge, will — if all goes according to plan -- feature an expanded Berkshire Cooperative Market as an anchor business in what will be an eco-commercial retail, housing and green public space complex.

Iredale to sell Searles complex, creating new commercial district

“We want to insure that whatever is done [at Searles] is complementary to what we’ve done in the area," including the the length of Bridge Street from the Co-op to the former Log Homes site, where a major bioremediation project is making way for a redevelopment that will likely include an expanded Co-Op Market." ---Iredale Mineral Cosmetics CFO Robert Montgomery

Bioremediation resumes at Log Homes site; development by spring

Bioremediation at the Log Homes site costs only a fraction of the traditional dredge-it-up and haul-it-away method of toxic waste management. Preliminary results should be available by the end of September.

Odor issues halt Log Homes bioremediation

“We never anticipated that the site’s cleanup would be concurrent with the heaviest rainfall in 227 years.” -- Chris Young, Biotech Restorations CEO

Bioremediation of toxic waste under way at Log Home site

If successful here, the bioremediation could revolutionize the way thousands of industrial parcels are cleansed of pollutants.

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