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Norman Rockwell Museum Releases Fall Schedule
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. —The Norman Rockwell Museum released it's schedule for the months of September through November.   Exhibits:   In addition to the "Imprinted: Illustrating Race" and "In Our Lifetime: Paintings from the Pandemic" exhibits which will be on view until Oct. 31, the museum is
Letter: Re-Elect Andrea Harrington
To the Editor: Unlike previous district attorneys, Andrea Harrington has brought an unwavering sense of kindness and compassion to her office, which has enhanced the way the Berkshire court system operates. Hopefully, when someone actually pays attention to her office's accomplishments, they will want to help her build upon the
Elizabeth Freeman Monument Unveiled on Her Freedom Anniversary
Akilah Edgerton sings 'Lift Every Voice and Sing' at the dedication of the Freeman monument on Sunday. SHEFFIELD, Mass. — Community and civic leaders, including former Gov. Deval Patrick, gathered at Old Parish Church on Sunday afternoon for the unveiling of a monument to civil rights pioneer Elizabeth Freeman
Sheffield's Harden Garners Medals
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Sheffield resident John-Michael Harden this month earned a gold medal at the DuPage Open figure skating tournament.   Harden finished on top of a five-competitor field in the novice men combined division.   He posted a score of 39.67 with a one-point decduction after a program that included a triple
Sheffield Resident Injured in a Motor Vehicle Accident
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — A Sheffield resident was injured Wednesday afternoon after their vehicle crashed into the Dollar Tree Store in the Barrington Plaza.    According to police, the driver struck a sign, a parked vehicle, and then rolled over and crashed into the front of the store in their 2006 Subaru
Great Barrington Road-Stream Management Plan Available
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA), in partnership with the town of Great Barrington, has produced a Road-Stream Crossing Management Plan that identifies the highest priority road-stream crossing replacement projects in Great Barrington.  This document is a guide for how road
Veteran Spotlight: Dr. Charles Parton
NEW MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — Dr. Charles Parton served his country in World War II as a 2nd class pharmacist's mate for nearly four years.   At 97 years of age, his memory is still sharp as a tack. He went to naval training in Newport, R.I., and remembered "being the last group to go through there. It was great. I
W.E.B Du Bois Center to Host Elizabeth Freeman Roundtable
SHEFFIELD, Mass. — The W.E.B. Du Bois Center for Freedom and Democracy of Great Barrington will present a roundtable discussion on the life and legacy of Elizabeth Freeman, the first enslaved African American to successfully sue for her freedom in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The roundtable will take place Friday,
Overnight Repair Operations on I-90 Week of Aug. 8
LEE, Mass. — The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will be conducting overnight guardrail and bridge repair operations on I-90 eastbound and westbound in Lee and Becket the week of Aug. 8. The guardrail repairs will take place from mile marker 8.0 to mile marker 12.0 in Lee and Becket. The bridge repairs will take
Pittsfield Soccer League Summer Final Set
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – The Maroons and the Crows survived Wednesday’s semi-finals in the Pittsfield Soccer League with a pair of 1-0 wins at Wahconah Park.   The second-seeded Crows used a first-half goal from James Pow to knock off Barcelona.   On an adjacent field, Matt Naventi scored a first-half goal to
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