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Carole Owens: Tale of the Bidwell dollar
This week the Stockbridge Library Association will celebrate the commencement of its 21st century renovation as well as its 19th century beginnings.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Hip opportunities with Berkshire Hills Internship Program
For the past 10 years, the Berkshire Hills Internship Program -- better known as B-HIP -- has been creating cultural ambassadors for the county and fostering the next generation of young, creative leaders.
Flooding, winds leave headaches across region following storms
Severe flooding and high winds from Monday's multiple downpours raised havoc in Stockbridge as trees fell on houses and the Senior Center on Main Street was closed temporarily.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
CATA mural project designed to maximize participant interaction
On Tuesday morning, 15 volunteers, staff members and people with varying disabilities sat at a table that overflowed with rainbows of wool roving, a material that was being used to create two new public fiber arts murals.
Berkshire County: Choral concerts to benefit county food pantries
Berkshire Lyric will be presenting the chamber choir Ubi Caritas in a series of choral concerts to raise money for Berkshire County food pantries on Sunday, Aug. 3. The three concerts will take place over the course of the same afternoon starting at 1 p.m. at First Congregational in Williamstown, followed by a 3 p.m. concert at First Baptist Church ... (more)
'Stroll Back in Time ': On Friday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Main Street in Stockbridge will be transformed into a bustling old New England village, with historically accurate activities, debate and chores of yore, as the Stockbridge Library Association and others present, "Stroll Back in Time: Life Along Main Street 150 Years Ago."
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Storm cleanup in the Berkshires continues
A triple-whammy of severe thunderstorms with 60 mile-an-hour winds and flooding downpours swept through most areas of Berkshire County on Monday in what some are calling an unprecedented "monsoon season."
579 WEST Rd Lee
Custom built home in the very desirable location of West Rd. in Lee. Seconds from downtown Stockbridge, minutes from downtown Lenox, Tanglewood and many other Berkshire attractions.
The Citizens' Voice
Unique yoga class will benefit M.S. Kirby Library
A few years ago, while training to become a yoga instructor at the Kripalu Center in Stockbridge, Mass., Donna Panzak happened upon a very different yoga class during her lunch break.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Residents say no to new Elm Court hotel
Town leaders heard the message loud and clear from Old Stockbridge Road residents at a packed Select Board meeting -- they oppose a new 112-room hotel in their tranquil neighborhood along a bucolic country road.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
8 Trustees sites not to be overlooked
In 1891, Boston landscape architect Charles Eliot received the go-ahead from the Legislature to establish The Trustees of Reservations "for the purposes of acquiring, holding, maintaining and opening to the public .
Fri Jul 25, 2014
96A Interlaken Rd Stockbridge
Two minutes from Tanglewood, Lenox and the Stockbridge Boat Ramp, a private drive winds through a thicket of woods and enters a sunny clearing where this four bedroom contemporary home is perched on a knoll overlooking Lake Mahkeenac.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Michelle Gillett Living with bears
The dog's bark was high pitched and insistent. "It must be the bear," I said, and got out of bed and hurried down the stairs.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
19 Lakeview Dr Stockbridge
WATERFRONT on the Stockbridge Bowl. Large dock.Beautiful grounds. Screened in porch overlooking the water.
BSO elects new board chair, president
The Boston Symphony Orchestra has elected a new board chair, a new board president, three new trustees and 12 new overseers.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Lenox residents prepare to fight Elm Court resort
Residents of Old Stockbridge Road are ramping up efforts to block the proposed 112-room Elm Court resort ahead of a ruling by the Stockbridge Select Board.
Mahaiwe: Kate Burton The joy of reading
Actress Kate Burton knew nothing about the writings of Alice Munro until she was given one of her stories to read for a "Selected Shorts" program by its creator, the late Isaiah Sheffer -- founder of Symphony Space, a not-for-profit multiarts theater on New York's Upper West Side.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
No Cash Allowed: Tobin Bridge Tolls Go All-Electronic Monday
Motorists on Monday morning will find that cash payments are no longer accepted for tolls on the Tobin Memorial Bridge.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Derek Gentile: Inspiration not always flowing fast
This is one of those days when inspiration is floating by me like a piece of wood in the middle of a river, utterly out of my reach.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Mosquito spraying starts Thursday in Pittsfield
Before potential disease-carrying mosquitoes put the bite on city residents, several neighborhoods will be sprayed later this week in order to reduce the number of swarming summer insects.