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Encore! Billy Collins

Billy Collins is surely the most popular American poet since Robert Frost. We are pleased to offer an encore column of his wonderful work.

Egremont Green News: Neighbors join plastic-reduction challenge

Instead of over-eating or over-drinking or over-spending, this healthy-living campaign targeted the over-abundance of plastic.

No warning for ticketing parked cars at Farmers Market

In her letter Hinda Bodinger writes: “It is extremely unwelcoming for the town to be issuing parking tickets on a street where it isn’t at all clear that parking is prohibited.”

Egremont Green News: Egremont’s exemplary environmental achievements

By chipping away at our waste line and energy consumption, we hope our local efforts are joining a larger, worldwide movement.

Join the ‘Plastic Free 413’ forum

In her letter Hinda Bodinger writes: “It’s just a matter of realizing what we can each do and then being committed to make some changes.

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.

Business Briefs: Fairview announces awards; Jacob’s Pillow, Greenagers partnership; excellence award for Berkshire Baby Box; Lee Bank relieves employee student loan debt; grant for...

Lee Bank has announced its partnership with Gradifi to offer student loan debt relief as part of its employee benefits package.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Baby Box fundraiser; Guatemala education talk; Phyllis Kornfeld talk; waste oil & paint collection; ‘Henry VI.six’ at Shake & Co.;...

Newly launched nonprofit Berkshire Baby Box offers a welcome gift for new moms: a box filled with supplies that aid in the care of newborns. The box doubles as a safe sleeping place for the baby.

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