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Asperger’s, LD organization celebrates 35th year

LEE — An organization focused on helping young adults with Asperger’s Syndrome and other learning differences define...

‘Flying Church’ developer inviting community to dig for possible relics

GREAT BARRINGTON — As renovations near completion of the former Methodist church on Main Street, its developer...

Berkshire residents join forces against cancer in Relay for Life

GREAT BARRINGTON— The battle against cancer is one the Gardino family has never waged alone.

Lee cyclist raises nearly $30,000 to fund American Cancer Society

MARLBOROUGH — A cyclist from Lee has gone the extra mile to fight cancer — 1,000, in...

That’s a wrap: Lee restaurant re-vamps its brand with healthier options

LEE — A town eatery has wrapped its previous offerings in exchange for, well, wraps.

New businesses opening in time for tourist season

GREAT BARRINGTON — Local business owner Steve Carlotto said the town has long been known for its...

New partnership brings mental health services linked with Barrington police

GREAT BARRINGTON — A new partnership is bringing additional resources to those suffering from mental illness.

Lee retail dispensary passes one more hurdle before opening

LEE — Norman Rockwell posters. Hand-crafted antiques. A canoe mounted to the wall.

Father of slain Simon’s Rock student decides to own a gun

GREAT BARRINGTON — Gregory Gibson lost his son, Galen, in 1992 when a student armed with a...

Business puts a ring on it

GREAT BARRINGTON — Like some young girls, Genève Brossard saw a ring in her future.

Monterey man offers toast to WWI air ace who disappeared over the Sound

TYRINGHAM — Every year, for the last 30 years, Harlan Lanoue raises a glass of champagne to...

Pulling together: Tug-of-war event raises nearly $60K to fund ALS research

Tug-of-war event raises nearly $60K to fund ALS research. LENOX — When push came...

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Mount Everett student-artist stays creative while staying at home

Although Mount Everett senior Mary Shalaby won’t be able to utilize her school’s darkroom to develop photographs...

Facing healthcare: perspectives from the front lines

Andrew Watts, paramedic for Southern Berkshire Ambulance Squad. (Emily Thurlow)Michael Piernock,SBAS Paramedic“You don’t bring heart attacks or strokes with you....

Decision on Tanglewood summer season to come mid-May

LENOX — The summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra has made the Berkshires a premier destination...

Legal Notices: Week of 05-01-20

Town of SheffieldNotice of Public Hearing The Sheffield Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, May 12,...