A U.S. based museum is waiting in the wings to purchase Norman Rockwell's famed "Shuffleton's Barbershop" if an agreement between the Berkshire Museum and the Attorney General's Office is approved by the Supreme Judicial Court
The Berkshire Museum's planned art sale will go forward.
Judge John Agostini denied a request for a preliminary injunction, pausing the Sotheby's auction of some 40 pieces of artwork, starting next week and extending into March. Members of the Rockwell family, other donors, and Attorney General Maura Healey filed for the injunction to at least delay the sale. The two hoped for a restraining order of the auctions that are scheduled for next week.
Sharon Gregory has reviewed more than a decade of the Berkshire Museum's financials and says the situation isn't nearly as dire as the organization says.
And Gregory isn't just anybody, she is someone with 40 years of financial experience. She retired as the vice president of business development and planning for Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, and before that worked with a number of organizations such as Lehman Brothers and Citibank.
Nuclea Biotechnologies' intellectual property will be sold at auction in January.
Heritage Global Partners will auction the material online globally on Jan. 18. The sale includes the licensing, patents, and materials for the various diagnostic tests the company developed. The auction is part of the bankruptcy proceedings, which the company filed for earlier this year.
Gabriel Abbott Memorial School's 13th annual Oh Be Thankful auction expanded this holiday season to allow any desserts rather than just its famed pies.
Bakers were put to the test on Tuesday night as their confections were rated by select judges and the community at large.
The Adams Youth Center's Great Chair Auction fundraiser raised nearly $8,000 on Sunday.
More than 50 painted and decorated chairs and other items were auctioned off at the Bounti-Fare on Sunday afternoon.
From comic and cartoon characters to paeans to nature, this year's Great Chair Auction offering up some fantastical seating for enjoying — or just viewing.
The annual fundraiser for Youth Center Inc. commenced after an official ribbon cutting Wednesday at the former Simmons Furniture Store on Park Street, now being transformed into work/live space by owners William and Francie Anne Riley.
Thirty-five acres of land including a 60-foot water water permit for docks on Otis Reservoir is heading to auction.
The piece of land on Reservoir Road was eyed and received subdivision plans to create 53 housing units as well as a state permit to install 30 docks on the reservoir. However, the owners are putting it up for auction in hopes another developer will take over the project.
If you did not catch last weekend's fund-raiser for the Mount Greylock After Prom program, you are in luck.
There is plenty of time to get in on the action as more than 80 items are up for grabs in a charity auction to benefit the post-prom festivities.