Olsen’s ministering to his fellow congregants, often as few as six on any given Sunday, hinges on a refreshingly simple approach: He engages in conversation about faith from every angle while remaining open to the evolution that inevitably comes with time.
After the birth of her first child, she joined her husband in managing Peerless Tree Service. She was the office manager at Peerless and also coordinated all pest control and turf management crews for the company.
The Northern Berkshire Suffrage Centennial Coalition will hold an event to place a plaque beside a freshly planted serviceberry tree to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Massachusetts’ ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
The new experience connects the homes and studios of major Hudson River School artists Thomas Cole and Frederic Church over the Hudson River and across the Rip Van Winkle Bridge, offering sweeping views of the Hudson River Valley and the Catskill Mountains.
Police arrested Kristopher H. Laine and took him to the Sheffield Police Department. They filed a criminal complaint charging Laine with motor vehicle homicide while under the influence of alcohol and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Scott loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, panning for gold and even just being outside working around his home or fixing things, but as much as Scott loved the outdoors, his family and friends came first.
What I am referring to is the vast amount of playwriting talent there is in this area. We have plays in development, plays and musicals in production, and some that are being written at this very moment!
She was an avid photographer, bird watcher, dog lover and first responder volunteer. Her business CalmLightNow Photography created art and greeting cards that featured her love of nature and photography.
Beverly also served as past president of the New Marlborough Volunteer Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary, a member of the American Cancer Society, Fairview Hospital’s auxiliary and a regular at all Red Cross blood drives.
The main stage at the Gather-In will feature folksingers Kim and Reggie Harris, a performance of Jacob’s Pillow’s Pittsfield Moves! community engagement initiative, the Soul Steps dance troupe from New Jersey, Youth Alive and Funk Box Studio dancers, and more.
A Pittsfield native, as well as an alumnus of Pittsfield High School and Berkshire Music School, where he studied under Jean Stackhouse, Çelebi will head into his fourth year this fall at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
In a letter to the editor, Arlyn and Owen Hoberman write, “Tara has a proven track record of working tirelessly for the community, and she is receptive to new ideas and considerate of all points of view.”
In a letter to the editor, Janis Bosworth Graham-Jones writes, “The single, most effective thing a consumer can do to reduce plastic pollution of our environment is to ensure that any used plastic container enters the recycling chain directly from their hand.”
The opinion of Berkshire County experts ranges from skepticism to staunch opposition to the repeal of net neutrality, which is the principle that internet service providers must treat all data on the internet in the same manner and not charge different rates based content or platform.
“Tibetan is no longer an endangered language thanks to some of our efforts. You have to understand the works we are preserving are literature; they are like the dialogues of Plato.”
— Jeff Wallman, executive director of the Buddhist Digital Resource Center in Cambridge