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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.

Business Briefs: Entry to Entrepreneurship applications; disaster relief donations; nonprofit workshop for women; fraud prevention seminar; Berkshire Taconic grant deadlines

Big Y World Class Markets are partnering with the American Red Cross to raise donations for those affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Bits & Bytes: Arbor Day at Mason Library; ‘Aladdin Jr.’ at the Colonial; ‘The Art of Costume Design in Opera’; science and engineering fair;...

Directed by Travis Daly with music direction by Erin M. White and choreography by Kathy Jo Grover, the production features more than 100 Berkshire-area students.

A fourth town joining Berkshire Hills could save millions on a new high school

If the Berkshire Hills Regional School District could increase the number of towns that are formally members of the district, it could be leveraged to have a significant effect on the reimbursement rate for a potential project from the Massachusetts School Building Authority.

Business Briefs: Money Matters mentors sought; Brewer joins CDCSB; Local Farmer Awards applications open; Balance Rock moves; BTCF grant deadlines

To be eligible for an award, a farm must have gross sales of $10,000 or above, and be a member of either Berkshire Grown or Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture or located in one the four counties of Western Massachusetts.

Business Briefs: Great Barrington’s most-Instagrammed places; Sheridan to helm HR at Main Street Hospitality; BHS art gallery opening; Williams professor receives CAREER grant; BTCF...

The Richmond-West Stockbridge Artists' Guild will curate the Berkshire Humane Society gallery space with shows changing every three months.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Chance to Dance’ contest; the Momenta Quartet at Simon’s Rock; ‘The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon;’ new minister for Church on the Hill;...

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival invites artists of all styles to participate in its first ever “Chance to Dance” contest, a viewer-selected, online competition that will allow the public, peers and fans of artists to vote for artist inclusion in the Inside/Out performance series for Festival 2017.

Bits & Bytes: VIM chosen as award finalist; increased enrollment for Richmond Consolidated School; Darrow student wins art competition; dairy farmer becomes veterinarian

Richmond Consolidated School Principal Monica Zanin works with her teachers to implement the latest research in student learning and to provide rich professional development.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Screenagers’ at MMRHS; ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ at Shake & Co.; Contemporary painting exhibit; Angel Tree program seeks donations; ‘Censored Voices’

“Screenagers” is a film by doctor, filmmaker and mother Delaney Ruston, who turned the camera on her own family and others, revealing stories that depict messy struggles over social media, video games, academics and Internet addiction.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Miss Labeled’ in Lee; ‘Shakespeare in Song;’ ‘Haunting the Kerouac House;’ balance classes; Rx round-up recap

After screening the 15-minute film, Dayson and Monpierre will discuss the process behind the project and the lessons they learned about each other's respective art, and will invite questions and comments.

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