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MassDOT Advisory: South County Construction Operations
10:48AM / Monday, June 10, 2024
LEE, Mass. — The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is announcing crews will be conducting daytime and overnight hour guardrail repair, drainage work, pavement marking, and bridge repair operations at various locations and times on I-90 eastbound and westbound during the week of Monday, June 10.  
Lane closures will be in place during the construction operations and traffic will be able to travel through the work zones.    The schedule for the work and lane closures will be as follows:    
Otis/Blandford     Guardrail and drainage work will be conducted on I-90 eastbound and westbound from mile marker 21.0 to

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Stockbridge Grange Hosts Community Dinner
04:05PM / Thursday, June 06, 2024
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Stockbridge Grange is hosting a community dinner on Sunday, June 9, 2024.    The menu features ham, mashed potatoes, vegetables, and dessert choices of chocolate cream or lemon meringue pie.    Dinner is $15.00 per person, take out only with 12-1:30 pm pick up at 51 Church Street, Stockbridge.  Orders may be made by calling 413-243-1298 or 413-443-4352.     Grange Community Dinners are designed to raise money for non-profit projects and building maintenance.

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Berkshire Bach Concludes Its Season
12:06PM / Wednesday, June 05, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Berkshire Bach Society concludes its regular 2023-2024 season on Saturday, June 8, 2024, 4pm, with A Baroque Spring Posy: Music for Baroque Violin and Harpsichord, at Kellogg Music Center on the campus of Bard College at Simon's Rock (84 Alford Road, Great Barrington).    Laura Lutzke, Baroque Violin, is joined by Mariken Palmboom, Harpsichord, in chamber music by J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel.   "We are delighted to have these special musicians conclude our season with a classic Baroque combination of violin and harpsichord," said Terrill McDade, Executive Director of The Berkshire Bach Society. "Music Director Eugene

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Berkshire Schools Receive Green Team Awards
10:45AM / Wednesday, June 05, 2024
BOSTON — The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) recognized students from 63 schools across Massachusetts with Green Team Awards for outstanding environmental stewardship and educational activities.    Green Team is a statewide program sponsored by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) and MassDEP to empower students and teachers to help the environment by taking action in their communities.    Green Team classes for the 2023-2024 school year received prizes for their participation, including reusable stainless-steel straws, reusable bamboo utensil sets, water bottle stickers, or paper bookmarks with seeds

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Bidwell House: Unlearning in Order to Learn
08:00AM / Wednesday, June 05, 2024

MONTEREY, Mass. — For the 2nd presentation in the Bidwell House's summer history talk series,  Alice Nash explores local indigenous histories.

This lecture with discussion will present the concept of unlearning what we already "know" as the starting point for learning about Indigenous peoples.

According to a press release: 

Alice Nash is Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She holds a PhD in History from Columbia University (1997) and an MA in American and New England Studies from Boston University (1989). Her research interests range from the impact of colonization on family and gender relations in Wabanaki history

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Fairview Lab Draw Station Moves to New Location
04:03PM / Tuesday, June 04, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems (BHS) has announced that the Laboratory blood draw station at Fairview Hospital, called the Laboratory Patient Service Center (PSC), has been moved to the ground floor of the hospital.   The relocation to the former medical records space puts the PSC closer to the main entrance of the hospital.   The new area is designed to enhance patient privacy and patient comfort, according to Kathy Lavinio, outreach manager for Laboratory Services at BHS.    "Located in the area that was previously Medical Records, patients no longer navigate an elevator and wait in the hallway for service. Now patients arrive at a

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Triplex Celebrates 80th Anniversary of D-Day
04:00PM / Tuesday, June 04, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Triplex Cinema commemorates the 80th anniversary of the D-Day invasion with free screenings of William Wyler's classic 1946 film "The Best Years of Our Lives" and Steven Spielberg's iconic D-Day film "Saving Private Ryan." on June 6.   "The Best Years of Our Lives" will be shown at 1 p.m. and tells the story of three United States servicemen and their re-adjustment to societal changes and civilian life after coming home from World War II. It is one of the earliest films to address issues encountered by returning veterans in the post-World War II era and is widely considered to be a masterpiece.   Immediately

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Monument Mountain Scholarships & Awards for the Class of 2024
01:33PM / Tuesday, June 04, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Graduates of the Monument Mountain Regional High School class of 2024 received the following awards and scholarships.   Joseph & Dolores Aberdale Memorial Scholarships: Scarlett Anderson, Megan Dupont   Adams Community Bank Scholarships: Mia Cohen, Alexander Schindler   Charles & Elinore Agar Memorial Scholarship: Declan Travis   Murphy Leary American Legion Post 298 Scholarships: Emmalee D'Aniello, Avery Carr, Erin DeCelle, Madeleine Rocheleau-Holmes, Noelia Salinetti, Ella Saupe, Gabriela Baldwin, Thatcher Berman, Henry Bradway, Rosaline Dohoney, Jada McKie, Miranda Ralph, Alex Tenney   Austen Riggs/Erikson

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Housatonic Village Hosts Party in the Park
08:01AM / Tuesday, June 04, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Housatonic Party in the Park takes place Saturday, June 8, noon - 4 p.m. at the Housatonic Commons.   Food trucks, children's activities, music and more take place during the afternoon event, and all are welcome.   The event is sponsored by the Housatonic Improvement Committee, and will be held rain or shine.   For more information visit partyinthepark.org

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Great Barrington Public Theater Plans Benefit for Berkshire Voices
08:00AM / Tuesday, June 04, 2024
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Great Barrington Public Theater (GBPT) plans June 7 festive evening under the stars to benefit Berkshire Voices, and give a sneak-peek preview of Night at the Speakeasy cabaret starring Janelle Farias Sando, premiering this summer in the McConnell Theater.   Great Barrington Public partners with Berkshire Voices playwrights' group to incubate, develop and bring new plays to stage. "Dog People," the lead-off production in the company's 2024 season, was developed by Berkshire Voices member Leigh Strimbeck and given an initial public reading in 2022.   On June 7, 6pm, GBPT will hold an event to benefit, support and celebrate the work

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Mount Everett's Top Students Announced for 2024
04:45PM / Monday, June 03, 2024
SHEFFIELD, Mass. — Mount Everett Regional School announces that Allison Steuernagle has been named valedictorian, and Emily Steuernagle has been named salutatorian of the class of 2024.   Allison Steuernagle has completed a rigorous course of study during her years at Mount Everett which includes three AP courses, 10 honors courses, and four early college courses. She has been an active participant in the life of Mount Everett Regional School and her community. A three-sport athlete, she played on Mount Everett's varsity soccer, basketball and softball teams. She has served as treasurer for the National Honor Society, Mount Everett Student Government, and the Rotary Interact

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Nearly 100 Compete in Berkshire Pride 5K
08:28AM / Monday, June 03, 2024
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Jay Santangelo of Lenox was the top nonbinary runner at the Berkshire Pride 5K on Sunday.   Santangelo covered the 5-kilometer course in 27 minutes, 14.53 seconds to place 16th overall among 94 finishers.   Pittsfield's Cam LaFerriere was the overall winner in 22.45.72, a 7:19 mile pace.   LaFerriere finished 24 seconds ahead of Canaan, N.Y.'s, Thomas Salaatte in second place (23:09.52).   The top woman in the field was Williamstown's Maya Filson, who placed seventh overall with a time of 24:09.06.   Full results are available on the Berkshire Running Center's website.

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