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First Step Towards a Second Relocation: The Berkshire CO-OP moves to 100 Bridge Street

Callie Demarest-Moore, Alianne Schatz, and John Kruger, Reporters

January 31, 2015

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News, Top Stories

 By Callie Demarest-Moore, Alianne Schatz, and John Kruger The Berkshire CO-OP plans to build a new store at the 100 Bridge Street location in Great Barrington to make more space for foods and a better working space. This re...

The Taxation of Marijuana: Berkshire residents voted yes

Alex Cami, Eli Shalles, and Lukas Montano, Reporters

January 31, 2015

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News

By Alex Cami, Eli Shalles, and Lukas Montano Residents of Berkshire County gathered to their voting booths on November 4, 2014. The state government asked whether or not residents in selected Berkshire County towns would approve re...

We Will All Embrace Nature: On June 8th, Local Food Day brings natural school lunches

Graham Hagenah, Reporter

June 4, 2012

Filed under Local News, Monument News, Top Stories

On June 8th, Project Sprout is hosting Monument Mountain’s first annual Local Food Day, which will celebrate the importance of organic produce, as well as satiate students' hunger for wholesome, palatable school lunches.  “...

Racing Season Begins at Lebanon Valley

Tyler Barry, Maroon Tribune Reporter

April 13, 2012

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News

     The racing season starts on April 14th at Lebanon Valley Speedway in West Lebanon, NY and the drivers and fans are ready to open the 60th season with a bang. The drivers of the Modified division (the main division) are...

NO GAS DAY – APRIL 15th

Courtney Nowobilski, Maroon Tribune Reporter

April 11, 2012

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News

No Gas Day  April 15th If you're concerned about the raging gas prices these days, do not pump gas on April 15th. In 1997, people did this "gas out" protest and it set gasoline prices back 30 cents a gallon just overnight,...

“Not a Typical Politician:” A Q&A with Bill Shein

Jonah Carlson, Maroon Tribune Reporter

March 22, 2012

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News, Top Stories

When redistricting fashioned a brand-new congressional district in Western Massachusetts this year, two Democratic candidates began primary challenges to Representative Richard Neal, a twelve-term incumbent from Springfield. ...

“We Stand For What We Stand On”: Getting to know William Conklin

Annalena Barrett, Maroon Tribune Reporter

January 26, 2012

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News

If you keep your ears alert in the hallways, you may notice many students say “there’s nothing to do in the Berkshires” or something that resembles this statement that has become a bit of a motto for some. Well, Will Conklin...

A Friendly Goodbye: Friendly’s Restaurant Closes Its Doors

Jackson Teeley

January 17, 2012

Filed under Berkshires & Beyond, Local News

From SoCo to Gypsy Joynt, Great Barrington is spattered with cafe's, restaurants, and many other nooks and crannies that make up our little town. However, for one Great Barrington staple, the chairs have been put up and the doors...

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