The Berkshire LifeStream - Berkshire Edge
PREVIEW: Trios by Mendelssohn and Smetana (as you've never heard them before)
Two extraordinary young prodigies play Mendelssohn and Smetana this Sunday at the Close En ...
Apr 27 4:15AM Berkshire Edge

Water bottle ban to help environment without burdening merchants
In her letter to the editor, Jennifer Clark writes, "We have had a positive response from ...
Apr 27 4:11AM Berkshire Edge

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!
This week we have new listings for What's on the Market, a roundup of recent sales, and fo ...
Apr 27 4:10AM Berkshire Edge

SOUL SUPPORT: Small ThingsA Mindful Practice
Anything we give our full attention to is worthwhileno matter how small. ..
Apr 27 3:52AM Berkshire Edge

Vocational education making a comeback: Carpentry in the classroom
There are many reasons why young people aren't going into carpentry in greater numbers. ..
Apr 26 7:41PM Berkshire Edge

BRTA funding threatened: Fare increases, route cuts are possibilities
Great Barrington Town Manager Jennifer Tabakin suggested better marketing targeted toward ...
Apr 25 11:39PM Berkshire Edge

Business Briefs: Dr. Deborah Buccino named 'Clinician of the Year'; Lenox nominated for 'Best Small Town Cultural Scene'; Live United community celebration; VIM selected as excellence award finalist; Pungl matching-donation event
Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Nonprofit E ...
Apr 25 10:07PM Berkshire Edge

News Brief: Congressional Art Competition entries on display
The exhibition will remain up through this weekend and the winner will be announced next w ...
Apr 25 7:41PM Berkshire Edge

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage
Characterizing the North Korean's intentions as "very honorable" was an interesting choice ...
Apr 25 4:23PM Berkshire Edge

Close enounters in Sheffield - of the municipal kind
The only thing could have saved the monument from the opprobrium that rained down so unive ...
Apr 25 3:55PM Berkshire Edge

LEONARD QUART: A day in Central Park
I like the way the city and Central Park interact the feeling that one can find both s ...
Apr 25 1:29PM Berkshire Edge

Plastic water bottle ban would be too much of a burden
Our town is changing and not always for the good. If we are not vigilant, we will destroy ..
Apr 25 3:39AM Berkshire Edge

Berkshire Flyer will strengthen Berkshires' economy
In their letter to the editor, Cortney Dupont and Sandra Carroll write, "The Berkshire Fly ...
Apr 24 5:56PM Berkshire Edge

Bits & Bytes: David Davis and the Warrior River Boys at Dewey Hall; migration consortium; paper marbling demo; Mass Audubon volunteer day; Voyage at the Stationery Factory
On Friday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.
Apr 24 5:31PM Berkshire Edge

Rene Wood's leadership would benefit Sheffield
In a letter to the editor, Benno Friedman writes, "...
Apr 24 5:17PM Berkshire Edge

Rosemarie Harrington, 65, of Pittsfield
In 1973, she and her late husband, Kevin O. Harrington, founded the former Yankee Plumbing ..
Apr 24 4:53PM Berkshire Edge

CONNECTIONS: All the news that fits on a broadsheet
The Berkshire history broadsheets are well laid out, richly illustrated and bursting with news.? ..
Apr 24 4:01AM Berkshire Edge

History markers in curious places: A quiz for Berkshire explorers
Why are we honoring a massacre? On the other hand, how many monuments are there to Native American m ...
Apr 23 10:46PM Berkshire Edge

American Legion aims to bring Sammy Lee Davis to BHRSD
In his letter to the editor, Harold French writes, 'Davis will talk to the students in The Berkshire ...
Apr 23 7:55PM Berkshire Edge

Julia Ramirez, 86, of Great Barrington
In 1951, she married her late husband, Jorge Ramirez, in Ambato and, together with their children, t ...
Apr 23 7:48PM Berkshire Edge