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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!

Susan Bryant Protheroe, 78, of Monterey

She taught special education and English as a Second Language, worked as a children's librarian, and was an avid storyteller.

David Logan, 85, of Monterey

During his innovative career, David was awarded 187 U.S. and foreign patents covering more than 50 inventions in the fields of computerized drafting, eyeglass lens manufacturing and computerized signmaking.

GARY LEVEILLE: Summer Satirical Historic House & Hidden Gardens Tour

The Southern Berkshire Hysterical Society is back with a brand new summer tour.

GB Planning Board has a ‘vision’: ‘Marijuana mills’ in Housatonic

If voters approve the Great Barrington bylaw, indoor cultivation of marijuana of the sort envisioned in the mills will be permitted by-right in the light industrial zone that covers much of Housatonic.

Industrial weed facility faces headwinds at selectmen’s hearing

After nearly two hours of sometimes contentious deliberations, the New Marlborough Board of Selectmen voted to continue the public hearing on the permit in order to give both Oasis CEO Joshua Seitz and the town more time to gather additional information and consider the proposal.

Industrial-scale weed facility stirs the pot in New Marlborough

The proposal by Oasis Campus LLC to build a sprawling cannabis production facility on 106 acres near Lake Buel and abutting the Sandisfield State Forest has roiled the waters of this normally quiet town.

Jon F. Sullivan, 72, of Great Barrington

Jon worked for many years as a caretaker at ToHoNe Shores on Lake Buel.

Lake Garfield Preservation District is fair, democratic

In his letter to the editor, Richard Jaffe of Monterey writes: The Lake Garfield Preservation District is not a government within a government. Its sole powers are restricted to collecting taxes voted on by the proprietors within that District.

Dr. Bruce Scott Brown, 82, of Lake Buel, New Marlborough, and Pittsford, N.Y.

Dr. Brown became Chairman of Pathology  at the late, great Genesee Hospital in Rochester where he remained for more than thirty years.el, New Marlborough, But when he retired he took to Country Music and the bass fiddle, with a group named Wild Root.

TRANSFORMATIONS: A place for everything

Lake houses are among my favorite projects. I love creating a relaxed, comfortable, cozy vibe for families and their weekend guests. Some of the demands of our primary homes can be lessened for families in a vacation home, but many of the same storage needs still apply.

Mildred Sasso, 100, of Great Barrington

She and her husband started “Sasso Coffee” from their dining room in Brooklyn. They both roasted and ground their own personal blend serving hundreds of German ice cream parlors throughout New York and New Jersey.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.