Author: Clarence Fanto

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Steady as she goes.That's the financial outlook reflected in the proposed $28.5 million town budget for fiscal 2020, which begins July 1.The spending plan adopted... [Read More]
A landmark pay-discrimination lawsuit filed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra's star flutist, Elizabeth Rowe, has been settled out of court after successful mediation between the... [Read More]
A town committee has begun its review of two proposals for mixed housing developments on a town-owned parcel off the Route 7/20 bypass.During its first... [Read More]
Tags: Lenox - Sawmill - Route
Even though the curtain has just gone up on election season for town government offices, a potential three-way race for a seat on the Select... [Read More]
Tanglewood patrons and nearby residents should see improved cell service during this summer's concert season.The Select Board recently approved a proposal by Verizon Wireless to... [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A proposal to create a modern convenience store with gas pumps in the heart of downtown has been withdrawn, just ahead of a zoning board...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]
Tags: Lenox - Realty - Gas
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]
The state-owned Stockbridge Bowl remains off limits for boating and swimming more than two weeks after what turned out to be a potentially poisonous bacterial... [Read More]
The Most Rev. Michael Curry mesmerized millions of TV viewers worldwide in May as he preached during the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle... [Read More]
The ghost of once-powerful Hurricane Florence, now just a moisture-laden, tropical low-pressure storm system, will float over the Berkshires on Tuesday, dumping up to three... [Read More]
Proposed zoning regulations limiting three categories of marijuana establishments to a small section of town are up for discussion Monday at a required Planning Board... [Read More]
The deal is sealed on a zoning proposal for marijuana businesses as town planners voted unanimously to offer voters a bylaw restricting retail shops to... [Read More]
Tags: Lenox - Zoning - Routes
The Berkshire Natural Resources Council will host a free public celebration Saturday of a new recreational trail in the scenic Undermountain Valley, 2 miles west... [Read More]
The potentially toxic algae bloom that has put the state-owned Stockbridge Bowl off-limits for boating and swimming is dissipating, according to Gary Kleinerman, the town's... [Read More]
Plagued by frequent and ill-timed thunderstorms, heavy rainfalls and hot spells, Tanglewood's attendance for the full 11-week season declined 5.5 percent from last summer's total,... [Read More]
The public school district's new superintendent is convening a task force of faculty, staff and several parents to figure out the most effective use of... [Read More]
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