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Avery Carr, a junior at Monument Mountain Regional High School, is the recipient of the Railroad Street Youth Student Empowerment Scholarship awarded by the Railroad Street Youth Project.
Berkshire Art Center, formerly IS183 Art School, is collaborating with the Railroad Street Youth Project for a ceramics apprenticeship for a group of students ages 14 to 25.
Erik Bruun has joined Community Health Programs' board of directors. Brian Drake was elected president and Celia Clancy vice president in the board’s annual reorganization.
Railroad Street Youth Project announces the return of its annual Culinary Arts Celebration to an in-person format at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Memorial Field on Bridge Street.
The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires, in partnership with The Berkshire Eagle, has announced the names of seven honorees to receive recognition at the fifth annual Berkshire Nonprofit Awards on May 24.
EGREMONT — As a boy in nearby Mount Washington, living in a home surrounded by natural beauty, Oskar Hallig recalls he would invite his childh…
Gary Pratt has felt the weight of addiction stigma — even inside the walls of a hospital.
GREAT BARRINGTON — The Railroad Street Youth Project will receive $315,000 in state grant funding over the next year and a half to support pro…
When master barber Jake Hunker hung out his shingle for Jake's Barbershop at 87 Railroad St. in Great Barrington, it was, in many ways, a leap…