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THEATER REVIEW: ‘2.5 Minute Ride’ plays at Hartford Stage through June 23

I don’t always recommend solo performances, but this one is that rare exception. It is a must see!

Labor Day Specials!

A terrific selection for end-of-summer shopping!

Waterfront Shingle-Style Contemporary Home

Chapin Fish offers a charming lakeside retreat that combines a serene setting with the romance of the classic Berkshires.

Waterfront Contemporary with mid-century influences: 2 acres on a stunning 175-acre lake

543 N Trail, Tolland, Massachusetts 01034 - WATERFRONT CONTEMPORARY WITH MID-CENTURY INFLUENCES, CLEAN LINES AND OPEN-PLAN FLEXIBLE LIVING SPACES - 2 ACRES ON 175-ACRE...

Facts about a new Monument: State funds don’t drive costs; there’s money in mergers

The largest incentive (up to 6 additional percentage points) to increase state reimbursement lies in the formation of a new school district as part of the building project. That incentive might resonate with South County residents because of declining enrollments.

News Brief: Pignatelli announces $4 million to southern Berkshires through Chapter 90 legislation

The bill authorizes $200 million in Chapter 90 transportation funds for road-related construction projects for municipalities in the Commonwealth.

Howard Losaw, 80, of Lee, Marine Corps veteran

He joined the United States Marine Corps, 2nd Guard Company at the age of 17. After his years of military service, he worked at Schweitzer Mauduit Paper Mill

Sandisfield resident calls for town revote on broadband strategy

While the broadband ball is now rolling, resident Jean Atwater-Williams said she wants to make sure everyone knows where that ball is headed and, in an article in the Sandisfield Times, called for a revote on the new route the town is pursuing.

Four desperate towns make broadband pact, pitch MBI for funds

The towns of Sandisfield, New Marlborough, Monterey and Tolland decided to share the pain by hiring an attorney who helped them navigate a legal pathway that would allow the towns to bid out the construction of a fiber optic network and sign a 15-year contract with a service provider to operate it.

Bits & Bytes: Year-round dance studio at Jacob’s Pillow; Kinderland Arts & Activism Festival; the Boom Room; Leonard Quart on small business

The Perles Family Studio will be the new home for the School at Jacob’s Pillow and its pre-professional training programs.
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