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Details emerge about Great Barrington attorney’s two-year suspension

The 46-page complaint against Knight, filed with the state’s Board of Bar Overseers of the Supreme Judicial Court, lists that a petition of discipline was filed on June 30, 2021, and that the Bar Counsel’s investigation into Knight goes back to at least 2019.

Great Barrington public transit advisory committee releases proposal calling for added service

Last year, Gov. Charlie Baker proposed cuts in regional transportation authority funding that would have left BRTA with an operating deficit of $378,400.

Mass. Cultural Council urges Berkshire Museum to abandon sale of artwork

Once these Massachusetts treasures hit the auction block they will be gone forever, most likely landing in private collections abroad, if recent sales of this magnitude are any guide.

Berkshire Museum betrays public trust by sale of art collection

In her letter to the editor, Carol Diehl writes: "A museum that would sell its past cannot be trusted with creating its future."

Irene I. Weigle, 55, of New Marlborough  

Irene was an avid reader, enjoyed handcrafts, crocheting, gardening, her pool, and anything Halloween

News Briefs: 350Mass Berkshires legislative breakfast; Lucy Prashker named Woman of Achievement; Mt. Washington Internet plan; GB’s junk car bylaw

Mount Washington plans to build a town-owned, modern, fiber-to-the-home network to provide high-speed Internet access to its residents.

Poem: ‘Weep Not Angels for We Listened to James’ by Tom Warner

By this babbling Berkshire brook/ideas would flow with heavenly Grace/pen to paper for eternity. Weep not angels for we listened to James.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.