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Monument Valley Road Construction Begins Week of 6/17

During the week the road will be limited to local traffic only between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Alan Chartock: Hurtful language, exclusionary quotas

Andrew Cuomo got early lessons about the insidious anti-Italian prejudice that existed when his father Mario, a brilliant graduating law student, could not get a job interview with a prominent law firm in New York.

THEATRE REVIEW: Mac-Haydn Theatre’s triumphant ‘Ragtime’ showcases masterful storytelling, musical staging

If anyone reading this has any interest in theater at all, as a profession or as an avocation, this is what they should see. This is what all people in this industry should aspire to achieve.

David Jacob Steindler, 81, of Sheffield, founding member of Friends of the Bushnell-Sage Library

He sold the printing business and moved to Sheffield to enjoy his love of antiques, opening Dovetail Antiques to sell antiques and repair antique clocks. 

Gail Murray, 88, of Great Barrington

She was a Cat Fanciers Association leading member for many years, and bred and raised Siamese cats, many of which went on to capture titles/trophies on the cat show circuit.
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