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Kate Lascar of Berkshire Property Agents offers one of Great Barrington’s classic Victorian beauties in immaculate condition. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

Sharon L. Keefner, 73, of Great Barrington

Sharon was an avid reader and shared many good times with their wide circle of friends.

Forced out as fire chief, fined by state ethics panel, Skorput seeks to reclaim seat on select board

In the last 12 months, some of the board's meetings have been standing-room-only and the manners among some attendees have been anything but mild.

Anthony ‘Tony’ P. Makarski, 84, of Housatonic, Mass.

He loved the outdoors especially walks with Eleanor, fishing, motorcycling and reading.

West Stockbridge voters have a choice to make on June 29

In a letter to the editor, Roger Kavanagh writes, "As a project manager and team leader, I worked with diverse groups from all organizational levels who often had conflicting agendas."

Margery Teggi, 93, of Great Barrington

Margery worked for the Berkshire Hills Regional School District at Monument Mountain Regional High School for many years.

Stanley Farnum, 98, of South Egremont

He enjoyed reading his poems to anyone and everyone who wanted to hear them.

Hazel E. Wool, 94, of Great Barrington

She worked as a telephone operator and then as a homemaker, taking care of her family.

Agnes Walker, 96, of Great Barrington

She taught many women to sew through the adult education program at Monument Mountain Regional High School.

Theodore Muller Jr., 70, of North Fort Myers, Fla., and Fulton, N.Y.

He worked in many different trades throughout his life but his most rewarding was the time spent as an electrician.

Locke Larkin, 79, of Great Barrington, health inspector and owner of Locke Stock and Barrel

Aside from his love for food and wine, his greatest joys were his children, grandchildren and their Sunday dinners.

Maryanna Macy, 94, of Great Barrington

She was the school nurse at the Searles/Bryant school from 1978 until her retirement in 1987.

Maureen Shalley Yaffe, 75, of Great Barrington

Maureen Shalley Yaffe, 75 of Great Barrington passed away on Monday December 23, 2019. She was born on October 13, 1944 to John F....

Raymond Tryon, 90, of Monterey, former Monterey fire chief

He was a fierce advocate for the fire service and worked to build a new Monterey fire station and lay the groundwork to support a robust paid call department in an era in which small-town fire departments were struggling to survive.

Donald Moulthrop, 92, of Great Barrington, a pilot and ‘Hometown Hero’

He was hired as co-pilot and flight engineer with Northeast Airlines in 1958, and retired in 1987 as captain with Delta Airlines. He also operated a popular Christmas tree farm on Silver Street in Great Barrington for many years.

Donald W. Bertoli, 70, of Mill River, Mass.

Donald enjoyed golfing and hiking and was a member of the Appalachian Mountain Club.

Historical Commission issues Phase 1 of historic resources survey in Great Barrington

This survey of a portion of Great Barrington's rich catalogue of historic buildings was a significant undertaking for the Historical Commission. It provides the town with the first of a series of reports that provide documentation of sites worthy of preserving and those potentially eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

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