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LENOX — Please, no jokes. Arline Shalan has heard all the wise cracks about practicing and teaching basket weaving for years. The art form is no laughing matter to the transplanted New Jerseyite, requiring patience and skill to weave various … more
PITTSFIELD — The city man shot dead Friday afternoon as he charged police armed with a knife, died of seven gunshot wounds. That's the preliminary results of Saturday's autopsy conducted on 36-year-old Daniel Gillis at the Holyoke branch of … more
A 6.6-megawatt solar array on Partridge Road in Lanesborough would have been one of the largest Eversource had built.But the company abandoned the project because of interconnection issues — the capacity produced would be too much for existing … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — The selectmen will review the lone response to a request for proposals (RFP) to reuse the former Housatonic School at a special meeting on Sept. 5 at 6:30 in Town Hall. The board has the option of accepting the proposal or … more
LEE — What is likely the final design for the $60-$70 million redevelopment of the Eagle Mill could include a hotel built at the expense of seven neighboring properties.Jeffrey Cohen, principal developer of Mill Renaissance LLC, is under … more
NORTH ADAMS — After more than 24 years with the Berkshire Food Project, its longtime leader, Valerie Schwarz, is set to retire in September."It's the end of an era for the agency," said Jim Mahon, president of the Berkshire Food Project's … more
LEE — Now that the historic High Lawn Farm has put the finishing touches on its seven-year, multi-million dollar renovation and restoration — including the reconstruction of the original 1915 hay barn and other buildings that burned down … more
LENOX — Since every Berkshire County community voted for last November's statewide ballot Question 4 legalizing recreational retail marijuana sales, residents will have a harder time limiting or banning pot shops than in towns elsewhere that … more
ARLINGTON, Va. — The next big project under Katharine Kelley's administration involves developing plans to expand. The Arlington National Cemetery needs more grave sites and aims to get them through what are known as the Millennium Project and … more
ARLINGTON, Va. — Known for its prestigious ceremonies, symmetrical white marble markers and immaculate rolling green lawns, Arlington National Cemetery was once the black sheep of burial sites.Once owned by George Washington Parke Custis, … more
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