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In a nearly 200-page book about the history of Great Barrington, longtime Berkshire Eagle Our Berkshires columnist said his goal was to “go beyond the historical side to the human side and find little stories to tell.”
Just to put this into perspective, Cornelius McGillicuddy, better known as the Hall of Famer Connie Mack, brought his A’s to tiny West Stockbridge to play an exhibition game. The Reds would follow later that summer. The Phillies and Braves would come in 1941.
WINDSOR — When the weather turns rainy, Windsor celebrates anyway.
WINDSOR — When people sing about the town of Windsor, as they will July 3, there’s a hint of Irish lament, of things gone by.
By Christopher Parker >> Eagle correspondent