Author: Clarence Fanto

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For Dan Clifford, firefighting runs in the family. Clifford, a fifth-generation town native, retired this week after 20 years as a fire chief and 37... [Read More]
Share the property tax burden, but share it equally. That was the message loud and clear from town leaders before the state certified the tax... [Read More]
We're fortunate to live in a state that requires public schools to double down on social emotional learning - or SEL, as it's called in... [Read More]
For only the sixth time in the past 109 years, a changing of the guard ceremony on Thursday afternoon marked the installation of a new... [Read More]
Some citizens are so eager to vote in the upcoming state election that they don't intend to wait for Election Day on Nov. 6.Instead, they'll... [Read More]
The town's attorney has warned the Planning Board that a section of a proposed general town bylaw on short-term rental rules might fail to win... [Read More]
After 20 years of service to the community, Fire Chief Dan Clifford is calling it a career.Chris O'Brien, the deputy chief at the central station... [Read More]
So, you want to score a ticket or two to see the hottest show in the nation, Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Hamilton,' now that it's on tour... [Read More]
Tropical Storm Michael should have no effect on the Berkshires, forecasters said, but we'll still see heavy rain across much of the region Thursday.The storm... [Read More]
A modern roundabout has been recommended as a solution for one of the county's most accident-prone intersections.That was among the conclusions of a transportation engineer... [Read More]
The Berkshires are nearly certain to get another in a recent series of soakings, this time from what is left of Hurricane Michael on Thursday,... [Read More]
The Select Board is expected to discuss potential solutions to an accident-prone intersection at a heavily traveled shortcut over Lenox Mountain.An engineering report has been... [Read More]
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is seeking dismissal of a gender-based pay discrimination lawsuit filed by its star principal flutist, Elizabeth Rowe. The BSO denies that... [Read More]
Nurses union leaders and many members say vote 'yes.' Some nurses say 'no.' Hospital officials warn of service cutbacks. An independent state commission issues findings... [Read More]
The Planning Board voted 4-0 this week for zoning requirements limiting retail marijuana stores, medical marijuana treatment facilities or indoor cultivation establishments to the ... [Read More]
When registered voters gather for a special town meeting Monday evening, action on an adult-use marijuana bylaw will be the main event.Two warrant articles approved... [Read More]
There's no doubt that Tanglewood has evolved into a showcase not only for the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Music Center, its summer institute,... [Read More]
Come on in, the water's fine.That's the eagerly awaited word from the Tri Town Health Department and the Stockbridge Board of Health, sounding the all-clear... [Read More]
A proposal to create a modern convenience store with gas pumps in the heart of downtown has been withdrawn, just ahead of a zoning board... [Read More]
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Leaders of the local teachers union gave the School Committee a tongue-lashing Monday night for anecdotal discussion last month of bullying incidents at the middle... [Read More]
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