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The small structure on Prospect Hill Road was designed by Daniel Chester French, the famed sculptor and artist in 1915. But the Chesterwood museum and two other residents declined an offer to take it, and the “tea house” was too small to qualify for protection under state building codes and a local bylaw.
Renovating the 1839 landmark, unused by the town since 2008, would cost Berkshire Waldorf High School an estimated $5 million, if the Select Board agrees not to challenge a termination of the town’s long-term lease on the building on the First Congregational Church’s land.
Sidelined for more than two years by the pandemic, the Stockbridge Senior Center held a grand opening event that attracted nearly 100 residents.
Select Board Chairman Patrick White, a leading advocate of the state’s residential tax exemption option, acknowledged that "the conversation is done.” But other existing tax-deferral and discount programs will be explored for potential enhancements.
The Senior Center at 50 Main St. will host a grand reopening event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21. Reservations are required by Sept. 12.
The chair of the Select Board and the president of the Stockbridge Bowl Association dispute an assertion that the association and the town are not cooperating on a chemical treatment to attack the lake’s weed infestation.
Michael Canales, who began work in September 2020, after eight years as the No. 2 city government official in North Adams, wins an excellent to commendable job-evaluation rating.
STOCKBRIDGE — The reconstruction of the 1931 Larrywaug Bridge on Route 183 (Interlaken Road) in Stockbridge, a key connector between that town…
Highlights: Town Administrator Michael Canales, working with the Select Board and Finance Committee, has delivered an overall spending plan th…
STOCKBRIDGE — A new three-year contract between the town and the Stockbridge Police Association reflects a 2 percent annual pay increase, Town…