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GREAT BARRINGTON — The Berkshire Museum will be allowed to sell, or "deaccession," some of its most important paintings in order to survive, or so it says.A huge number of people in the … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Yes, it would be wonderful to have train service to New York. Of course, some people believe that we don't need more second-homers — the folks who would clearly use the … more
PITTSFIELD — April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), an annual campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual … more
PITTSFIELD — A record number of women are running for public office this year — most of them Democrats. They're fed up with the current occupant of the White House who conducts his … more
PITTSFIELD — Cowards! They are the members of Congress who know better, but enable the National Rifle Association (NRA) to impose what the Center for Public Integrity called that organization's greatest achievement, … more
BOSTON — Millions of patients suffering from painful and chronic medical conditions could find it easier to access more affordable treatment options, as federal health officials take steps to … more
STOCKBRIDGE — In 1773, 11 men met in an upstairs room of Colonel John Ashley's house in Sheffield. Together they wrote a declaration against British tyranny and for the rights of the people of … more
DALTON — Hospitals: you either love them or hate them. Much of the feeling depends on your current or prior experience. I love the fact that people go there for help and healing; but I hate the … more
LANESBOROUGH — I couldn't be more frustrated right now regarding the ongoing issue with Charter Spectrum and its now-encrypted signal requiring a special box for each television.I'm a member of … more
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