Tuesday, July 23, 2024

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Tag: Manchester

CONNECTIONS: A tale of two 19th-century Berkshire women

One had a solid impact on Berkshire County and her generation. While the other, although more famous, may have had no impact on the county at all. You decide.

Dr. Roger Connor, 99, of Naples, Fla., formerly of Pittsfield

His office was initially located at 74 North St., relocating in 1963 to the newly developed Doctors’ Park on South Street with a dozen or so colleagues in different specialties.

Judy Rosley, 86, of Sheffield

A beautiful fashionista and an artist, she cultivated and emanated style throughout her life as a designer, an antique dealer, a healer, a poet, a writer, a therapist, a dancer and a radio host.

Decadence All Day! Part 4: Love and chocolate

The end of a perfect day! And there's always next year.

Business Briefs: CHP receives grant; Esko to manage Co-op expansion; nonprofit storytelling workshop; grant for Albany Berkshire Ballet; new Taconic Music board, staff members

The grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration is part of a $396 million federal allocation, $12 million of which will be shared by 38 Massachusetts-based community health centers.

May Collins, 95, of South Lee

She was educated in schools in England and served in the British Army Auxiliary Territorial Services where she worked on the maintenance of tanks.

Bits & Bytes: ‘A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud’ premiere; substance issues workshop; Simon’s Rock provost at SXSWedu; BCC adult program; Daniel Bellow at...

The Center for Motivation and Change’s Training Institute will team up with Railroad Street Youth Project for a daylong training session on Saturday, April 8, that is geared toward parents of young people who are currently struggling with substance issues.

Bits & Bytes: SoCo named best ice cream; WordXWord Festival; Christine Lavin, Don White at Guthrie Center; Goddess Retreat in Manchester, Vermont

The week's WordXWord schedule includes free workshops, story slams, a poetry sCrawl, two evenings featuring the work of teen poets, an all-star feature night with five nationally recognized performance poets

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.