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Housing Authority agrees to diversity training in wake of racial slurs charges

GREAT BARRINGTON — A diversity training program is in the pipeline for the Housing Authority following last week’s special...

Barrington police ramp up downtown traffic coverage

GREAT BARRINGTON— Police have ramped up enforcement in the downtown following traffic complaints. Last month,...

Cottage Street residents told bridge cannot be reopened

GREAT BARRINGTON— Could the Cottage Street bridge resemble something like the Bridge of Flowers in Shelbourne Falls as it awaits...

Barrington board requested to probe racial slur charges against town housing official

 GREAT BARRINGTON—The chairman of the Housing Authority is asking the select board to remove a member of the...

Are Great Barrington voters thinking about putting some kind of lid on pot?

GREAT BARRINGTON — There were cheers. There were jeers. And for a few residents, there were even some choked-back...

Division Street bridge closed to vehicular traffic indefinitely

HOUSATONIC — Division Street bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic by Friday, Sept. 6, at the...

Housatonic School reuse panel on fact-finding tour

GREAT BARRINGTON —Efforts to redevelop the former Housatonic Elementary School seemed renewed after members of a newly...

Two Great Barrington employees are assigned to new roles and titles

GREAT BARRINGTON— Two town employees have some new responsibilities after being recently promoted.The two promotions are intended...

Housatonic 80,000-square-foot marijuana growing field approval by Planning Board sparks Barrington protests

GREAT BARRINGTON — Michelle Loubert has called Housatonic her home for much of her life.She lives in...

State assures home rules will apply to Fairgrounds horse racing

GREAT BARRINGTON — Concerns regarding horse racing in town may have packed a recent selectboard meeting, but...

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Middle School report card reflections

Now that the COVID 19 remote learning school year has officially ended, students are receiving their report cards. As an experienced teacher,...

Berkshire Museum partners with Pittsfield High to amplify voices of Class of ’20

PITTSFIELD — A brand-new exhibition showcasing the work of talented student artists has arrived at the Berkshire Museum. Visual Voice: Portfolios from Pittsfield...

LUCY ANN BRITTON

Lucy Ann Wuori Britton, 62, of Mill River died peacefully Wednesday June 17, 2020 surrounded by her family at Berkshire Medical Center...

Expertise and “Truth Decay”

Americans are suspicious of expertise. The right believes it is elitist, the province of those pointy-headed liberals who look down their noses...