The Berkshire Edge On-Air – Wednesday July 27, 2022

Guided by respected journalistic standards, the principle of fairness, the quest for truth, a commitment to social, economic and environmental justice, and an abiding admiration for the independent spirit of the Berkshires, The Berkshire Edge offers in-depth local news reports and features, perspectives on the arts, wide-ranging commentary, and a comprehensive calendar of events – all written, illustrated, and, in some cases performed, with wit, intelligence, insight and humor.

Here are a few stories from the Edge this week:

1. At a special meeting the Great Barrington Selectboard listed affordable housing and the predicament of the Housatonic Water Works as primary issues for the town:

Indeed, the Selectboard has called for an audit of the troubled Housatonic Water Works — a relic of the days when a public utility were privately owned and maintained:

2. Meanwhile, some good news for this summer’s Berkshire cultural season: The number of COVID cases remains low:

3.  Julianne Boyd, founding director of Barrington Stage, is retiring… and she was celebrated at a farewell gala. She has been a creative force for the arts and theatre in the Berkshires:

4.  The town of Great Barrington has been presented with a number of promising proposals for the reuse of the Housatonic Elementary School building:


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