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PREVIEW: Roger Daltrey with KT Tunstall at Tanglewood on June 22

You can expect great songs and a lot of spontaneity, because that is the way Daltrey likes it. "I’m out there to have a good time," he promised Billboard.

David John Pratt, 69, of Lenox Dale

He also owned and operated the D.J. Pratt Excavation Company for 20 years, serving customers throughout the Berkshires.

Karpinski killed wife and children before setting fire to their home, recent documents say

The new documents shed some additional light on the bizarre and grisly crime that shook the town of Sheffield and the region last March.

Business Briefs: 100 Main; chocolate shop rebranded; 1Berkshire Youth Leadership Program; Austen Riggs lauded; new Berkshire Workforce Board hires

Bunny Williams formed the concept for 100 Main after being impressed by the quality and talent of the many local artisans in the local area.

Business Briefs: Youth Leadership Program graduates; CHP welcomes Clancy to board; Stanyon joins NPC board; BCC hires Obasohan; staff changes at Jack Miller contractors

Dan Stanyon is a vice president and trust officer with Salisbury Bank and Trust Company and holds the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor designation.

Justine Wilbur, 41, of Sheffield

In 2017 Justine began working for the Albany law firm of Hoffman Warnick. It was there that she found her place as a well-respected, accomplished patent attorney and “a true friend to everyone in our firm.”

‘Next steps’ for Monument uncertain after panel fails to reach a consensus on high school’s future

The devil, however, was in the details, as panelists debated the pros and cons of building a brand-new new school or stripping the old one down to its core, constructing an addition and adding sprinkler systems and new infrastructure.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Earth Expo; Katherine Bernhardt at Art Omi; volunteer singers sought

The goal of the Cooler Communities Challenge is to reduce a community’s carbon footprint and improve its resilience by showcasing students’ research and activities on climate, energy and environment to inspire people to take action.

Duane Broga Jr., 47, of North Adams

Duane loved to roller skate, watch the truck pulls at local country fairs, ride the B bus, play pool, watch wrestling, attend car shows, ride motorcycles, go to Friendly's with his family, help his father DJ, and spend time with his in-laws and his wife.

A third try at a new Monument Mountain Regional High: Can it succeed?

A common complaint among employees of the district and their families was that district officials did not adequately consult with faculty and staff about what was needed in terms of design and the accommodation of innovative curriculum, for example.

News Briefs: Anti-bias training for students; health insurance enrollment help

Participants also develop safe and practical prevention and response strategies to address prejudicial behaviors, including ways in which young people can become allies for peers who are targeted.

Let the cash flow: Rural school aid envisioned by Hinds becomes a reality

The funding is intended to help school districts with low population densities and lower-than-average incomes address fiscal challenges and take steps to improve efficiency.

Bits & Bytes: ‘The School of Love’ at Simon’s Rock; ‘North on the Wing’ birding lecture; college financial aid presentations; Fairview gala celebrates nurses

Naturalist and ornithologist Bruce Beehler will recount his 100-days-long 2015 field trip following the spring migration of songbirds from the coast of southeastern Texas up the Mississippi River and into the boreal forests of northern Ontario

Uncertainty over consolidation clouds planning for a new Monument High School

This will be the third try since 2013 to get state aid for the ailing high school. BHRSD Superintendent Peter Dillon noted that “constructing a new high school is actually less expensive than renovating and adding to the new building.”

News Brief: Congressional Art Competition entries on display

The exhibition will remain up through this weekend and the winner will be announced next week.

Gilbert ‘Gibby’ F. Rudd Jr., 65, of Dalton

Since 1998 he was honored to serve as the water department superintendent in Dalton until his retirement in 2016.

NATURE’S TURN: White Goose stars at area farmers’ markets

Once upon a time, Kate hatched and raised a beloved Shetland goose, a rare breed that, fitting a fairy tale, lives on as the namesake and mascot for White Goose Gardens.

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