|Great Barrington Public Theater Postpones 2020 Season|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty around safely presenting onstage programs this summer, Great Barrington Public Theater has postponed its onstage 2020 season.
In lieu of the onstage solo festival planned for June at the Daniel Arts Center at Bard College at Simon’s Rock,
|Pittsfield School Budget Anticipates $1.4M in Cuts|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — School administrators on Wednesday outlined one vision of a level-funded budget that could eliminate just under 30 positions.
Superintendent Jason McCandless presented this version of a proposed $65,113,700 spending plan for fiscal 2021 budget that has been built with little state aid
|Pittsfield City Council Approves Hotel, Brewery TIF Agreements|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City Council accepted two amended tax incentive financing agreements with extended timelines in response to delays caused by the pandemic.
"We understand that both projects might be delayed because of COVID-19 specifically related to the timing of construction," Mayor Linda Tyer said
|Berkshire, Statewide COVID-19 Trends Appearing to Decline|
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — There are signs the Bay State may be turning the corner on the novel coronavirus that has so far caused more than 5,000 deaths in Massachusetts.
The Department of Public Health on Tuesday recorded the lowest number of reported deaths since March 4: 33
The number of hospitalizations
|Berkshire County Selectmen's Association Awards Scholarships|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Berkshire County Selectmen's Association last week announced the award of scholarships to three Berkshire County high school students.
Hoosac Valley's Alannah McGrath of Cheshire, Mount Everett's Madeleine Soudant of Great Barrington and Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public
|Baker Files Spending Bill Aimed at Accessing Federal Funds|
ASHLAND, Mass. — Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday filed a supplemental budget bill to authorize about $1 billion to cover costs related to COVID-19.
But he explained at Tuesday's daily press briefing that the bill is designed to keep the commonwealth in line for more federal funding.
"The bill gives us
|SVMC: COVID-19 Update May 8|
May 8, 2020
SVHC's Leaders Appear in 5th Video Update
SVMC's President and CEO Tom Dee and Chief Medical Officer Trey Dobson answered COVID-19 questions from the community at Wednesday's Southwestern Vermont Chamber of Commerce/CAT-TV Lunch & Learn.
Assuring Your Safety as We Resume Your Care
On Monday, May 4, Governor Phil Scott announced that hospitals can resume elective outpatient services. In response, SVMC's outpatient surgeries and diagnostic services departments are re-opening with enhanced safety protocols.
5 Questions with SVMC's Chair of the Department of Surgery
Dr. Malcolm Paine shares his thoughts about resuming outpatient procedures at SVMC. Read More.
Meet Neurologist Dr. Emma Weiskopf
Neurologist Emma Weiskopf, MD, new to SVMC Neurology in March, is ready to see patients remotely and in the office. Read More.
What to Expect at Your Outpatient Appointment
Now that cases of COVID-19 in the state have plateaued, we are eager to provide the care patients had postponed. Read More.
COVID-19 in Pets
News of COVID-19 spreading to animals is causing understandable concern for pet owners. Learn what you need to know to keep your family, including your pets, safe. Read More.
More COVID-19 Resources
Important numbers, frequently asked questions, articles, information about how to send a meal to your favorite department, and more are available on our website.
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|Great Barrington Farmers Market to Reopen With Restrictions|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Great Barrington Farmers Market will open for its 30th season on Saturday, May 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its Church Street location in downtown Great Barrington.
Berkshire United Way has awarded the market a grant allowing the continuation of the Market Match program. This program offers a
|What Can Investors Learn from Cyclists?|
May is National Bike Month. Of course, millions of Americans enjoy biking, so there's reason to celebrate. But even if you're not much of a rider, you can apply some of the guidelines and lessons of bicycling to other areas of your life – such as investing.
Consider taking some of these ideas for a spin:
• Tune up
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