The Berkshire Edge On-Air – Wednesday May 18, 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.

1. Lee voters ask selectmen to have town leave the PCB agreement the EPA negotiated with General Electric over the contamination of the Housaatonic River:
https://theberkshireedge.com/bailey-wins-back-selectboard-seat-in-lee-citizens-ask-selectmen-to-rescind-dump-agreement/

2.  Of course we can’t go a week without reporting on the COVID epidemic… and here’s the latest from the Tri-town Health Department:https://theberkshireedge.com/tri-town-health-departments-covid-19-update-for-may-17/

3.  Regional school planners examining the merger of the two sprawling South Berkshire districts are proceeding with a public hearing to present progress on a merger plan, and to gather public input;https://theberkshireedge.com/regional-school-planners-move-ahead-with-merger-plan-schedule-public-input-session-next-month/

4.  And while we’re on the topic of education, Dr. Peter Gray is to give a talk about children’s natural way of learning, as he puts it:https://theberkshireedge.com/dr-peter-gray-to-give-talk-childrens-natural-way-of-learning-this-thursday-in-dalton/

5.  Finally, Sheela Clary has written an update on the work being done by the 22-year-old  Railroad Street Youth  Project in Great Barrington —  a remarkable drop-in center for youth ages 14-25:https://theberkshireedge.com/railroad-street-youth-project-has-come-a-long-way-and-has-far-to-go/



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