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Part 2: Biden or Trump and the Nonprofit Sector NGOs, international nonprofits and social service agencies

The author makes an impassioned case for the nonprofit sector to recognize the dire outcome of another Trump term and to take action.

William Grady, 53, of Housatonic

William worked giving care as a CNA helping people live life to the fullest.

Katherine Jill Welch, 77, of Sheffield

Jill was devoted to her entire family and was considered a homemaker, but did enjoy the years that she worked in the cafeteria at Mount Everett Regional High School in Sheffield.

Virginia ‘Ginger’ Rawling, 91, of Liverpool, N.Y., formerly of South Egremont

She retired at the age of 85, having taught physical education and computer science at Southern Berkshire Regional School District, Salisbury Central School and Farmington River Elementary School.

Raymond Wells, 74, of Sheffield

Later in life Raymond went on to continue his education. He received a degree from the Gemological Institute of America in 1980 and Berkshire Community College in 2001.

Business Briefs: Berkshire Museum free for kids; Barrington Stage new play award; Timber Framers Guild acquires Heartwood School; BTCF grant deadlines

The Timber Framers Guild has acquired the Heartwood School for the Homebuilding Crafts to further its educational mission.

Priscilla Hewins, 83, of Sheffield

Priscilla Ann Hewins, 83, of Sheffield passed peacefully Nov. 18. She was born July 6, 1936, on the family farm in Sheffield, daughter of the...

Joan Marks, 61, of Great Barrington

She attended Mount Everett Regional High School.

Business Briefs: 100 Main; chocolate shop rebranded; 1Berkshire Youth Leadership Program; Austen Riggs lauded; new Berkshire Workforce Board hires

Bunny Williams formed the concept for 100 Main after being impressed by the quality and talent of the many local artisans in the local area.

Annette Ferron, 64, of Hinsdale

Annette enjoyed gardening, cake decorating, and loved spending time with her children and her family.

Berkshire Hills seeks panel to explore possible merger with Southern Berkshire

Berkshire Hills School Committee member Rich Dohoney said he is approached by South County residents all the time and the most common question he hears is why Berkshire Hills isn't trying to merge with Southern Berkshire.

Unsealed court documents reveal new details about five deaths in Sheffield murder-suicide

The cause and precise timing of the deaths of Karpinski, Wilbur and the children remain unclear, pending autopsy results from the state medical examiner's office in Boston and a final report from State Police, Berkshire County District Attorney Andrea Harrington has said.

David Germain, 81, of Lenox, former Alford fire chief, selectman

Over the years he served in Alford as fire chief, road superintendent, tree warden, a member of the board of health and as a selectman.

‘Good Science for Good Parenting’: Reducing risks for alcohol, substance abuse

Among the special concerns of the youth coalition members is a perceived deprioritization of health in our schools.

Bits & Bytes: Founders Day at Norman Rockwell Museum; ‘The Mystical 16’; rainforest music, culture at Race Brook Lodge; RSYP block party; Alastair McIntosh...

The twin brothers will speak and present songs, stories and movement, and will answer questions about the indigenous ways and traditions of their Amazon culture.

Brian Tyler, 38, of Canaan, Conn., graduate of Mount Everett Regional High School

Brian was always ready with a joke or a story, loved his mother’s ham, and wouldn’t turn down a comfortable pair of flipflops or a good nap after a home-cooked meal.
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