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You will find more than just coffee beans at Jake’s Java in Lanesborough

The new coffee shop pays homage to a local, fallen hero and his crewmates.

Parking lot imbroglio continues as selectboard debates and one official asks another to recuse herself

Other board members said it was clear to them after that first public hearing that the Foster's lot would be closed to the public if the company was denied the right to build the new lot for its tenants.

Richmond Timber Frame With Views!

Joe Furgal and Doug Goudey of Wheeler & Taylor offer the perfect rustic getaway with privacy, views and comfort.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday Shop, Sip & Stroll; ‘Sense & Sensibility’ at Shake & Co.; ‘Unborn Sun’ at Berkshire Botanical Garden; Tony Trischka at...

New York City-based John Gordon Gauld holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors from the Rhode Island School of Design and is a recent recipient of the Martha Boschen Porter Grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

Homes for Wonderful Winter Gatherings!

As holidays approach, what's better than a selection of homes where family and friends would be happy to gather?

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.

Skateboarding Great Barrington teen struck in crosswalk

Witnesses told The Edge the teen was with a friend and hopped on his skateboard at the east end of the downtown crosswalk in front of the Fuel coffee shop.

South County Properties

A selection of beautiful South County listings.

Empty Sears appliance store purchased; Goodwill to move in by May

In an interview, Goodwill regional CEO David Twiggs said the Sears building will provide vastly expanded floor space and better access for customers and donors.

Business Briefs: CDC receives grant; BCREB hires recruiter; Wheeler & Taylor purchases GoodWorks Insurance; BCC hires advising director; grant for Bidwell House Museum

“Access to affordable housing affects every aspect of our community by improving financial stability and a safe and stable environment for families and school children." -- Tim Geller, executive director of the Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire

Richard Snow, 78, of South Egremont

Richard F. Snow, “Snowy,” 78, of South Egremont died peacefully in his sleep March 30, 2018. A lifelong resident of Great Barrington, Dick and...

Arlene Finkle, 91, of Great Barrington

She worked as a secretary for Wheeler and Taylor in the 1940s and in the kitchen at the Red Barn and Butternut in the 1960s.

Dawn Zippel Farley Berube, 67, of Lenox

Dawn loved The Berkshires and every season – each bringing the things she loved to do.

Business Briefs: Farm pioneers pest-fighting technique; Mahaiwe hires director of advancement; Wheeler & Taylor appreciation event; Sandler completes 10,000 Small Businesses program; new services...

After observing some early research on the use of exclusion netting, the Berry Patch's co-owner Dale-Ila Riggs obtained a grant to test the use of the netting on her half-acre blueberry planting.
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