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DATELINE STOCKBRIDGE: On running for Stockbridge town moderator, a first step into politics

It sure does take a village to run one little campaign, and every kind word and helping hand was appreciated. Thank you.

News Brief: District Attorney Harrington joins ‘Visit A Prison Challenge’

The “Visit a Prison Challenge” encourages all state and federal policymakers to visit a prison or jail.

NEWS ANALYSIS: Internal policies debate exposes rift on Great Barrington Selectboard

Leigh Davis openly questioned why her fellow board members wanted to revise certain policies and whether they were a response to actions she has taken since her election to the board in May.

Knight will provide the leadership needed for change in DA office

Judith Knight has the progressive platform and has been pushing this same platform of progressive reform for more than a decade.

Reforming DA’s office central to Harrington’s campaign

Andrea Harrington has made the need for a philosophical change and establishing procedures and policies to deal with issues before they become criminal at the center of her campaign.

Reformer Judith Knight running for Berkshire County District Attorney ‘to get real change’

A Lee resident, Knight has, since 2006, been in private practice in Great Barrington. About 80 percent of her practice has been in criminal defense, with most of the remainder of her practice in mediation.

THEATRE REVIEW: Goodspeed Musicals’ ‘Oliver!’needs more pull, charm

Oliver asks for a little bit more in the opening scene, and I would ask the same of this production: a little bit more, please, of the pleasing aspects of the show and a little bit less of the darkest side

Former Stockbridge police chief fired from same post in Townsend

At issue was misconduct alleged by the selectmen on the part of Eaton, involving an investigation into a newly hired assistant to the town administrator.

Bits & Bytes: Monty Python at MMRHS; ‘Regrettable Tales,Redemptive Music’; Stockbridge Library tea talk; wellness workshop

A question-and-answer session will follow each performance of 'The Holy Grail,' giving audience members a chance to offer feedback, ask questions, and learn more about the young actors’ process.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.