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Pittsfield School Committee Adopts Face Mask Policy
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The School Committee has adopted a new face mask policy   At the end of a long meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 26, the committee accepted a "use of face mask" policy that would guide mask use during the upcoming school year.   "We need to get this policy on the books because there
Different Breed Captures BABL Title
PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Christian Womble homered and drove in four runs Sunday to lead Different Breed to an 8-3 win over B.B.A. in the finals of the Berkshire Adult Baseball League's 20-year-old division.   The win evened the best-of-three championship series for Different Breed, which then took the league title when B.B.A.
Pittsfield Man Dies From Injuries in Sunday Motorcycle Accident
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A Pittsfield man died after his motorcycle struck a guardrail on Sunday afternoon.    Sean Depson, 40, apparently lost control of the motorcycle he was driving on New Ashford Road around noon.   Depson was riding with others at the time and police say preliminary evidence indicates that
City of Pittsfield Street Improvement Project Schedule
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — City of Pittsfield Street Improvement Project Schedule Sept. 2 - 10   Wednesday, Sept. 2: milling on Crane Avenue. Thursday, Sept. 3: shim pave on Crane Avenue. Friday, Sept. 4: loam and seed on Dorchester and Dawes avenues. Tuesday, Sept. 8: loam and seed on Dawes Avenue and Elizabeth
BCC To Host On Campus And Virtual Registration
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — BCC to host another registration day on campus and virtually Wednesday, Sept. 2.   Berkshire Community College (BCC) will host another open registration day, on-campus and virtually, on Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.    During this registration event, applicants and students
SVMC: Covid-19 Briefs Aug. 31
  August 28, 2020   SVMC Orthopedics Patient Story | Keld Alstrup     Avid hiker and guide Keld Alstrup relied on Dr. Matthew Nofziger and the expert team at SVMC Orthopedics to relieve his knee pain and restore his active lifestyle. Now he's back to "peak performance." WATCH NOW   Mammogram FAQs     Get the answers to the most commonly asked questions about annual mammograms and learn how this important screening works to safeguard your breast health. Learn More     The Right Type of Care for Every Situation  At SVMC, there are several choices for getting the care you need. Learn More.     Good Back-to-School Plan Dr. Meghan Gunn, of SVMC Pediatrics, shares how to create a back-to-school plan that works for your family. Learn More.   Ticks: The Second Spike Did you know tick activity spikes in the fall? Don't lose sight of the risk of tick-borne illness until frost sets in. Read More.     Family Pick-Up Game  Some of our favorite sports teams are playing shortened seasons this year. Why not fill in the schedule with games of your own? There's nothing better for your kids. Learn More.     A Quick Intro to CAREqd Virtual urgent care from SVMC is just a few clicks away. This quick video shows how it works and how convenient it could be for you and your family. See it Now.   Wearing is Caring Eva Marko is color coordinated and ready to protect her neighbors. Post your masked selfie to social media with #SVHC, #MasksonVT, and #WearingisCaring.     More COVID-19 Resources   Important numbers, frequently asked questions, articles, testing information and more are available on our website. Visit Now       Southwestern Vermont Health Care |  ‌  ‌  
Stop & Shop Accepting Donations To Support Pediatric Cancer Research
Quincy, Mass. — Stop & Shop kicks off their annual Help Cure Childhood Cancer campaign to support pediatric cancer research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.   September marks National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month which means through the month of September, Stop &
Barrington Stage To Stream Concert And Play Reading
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Company will present two virtual performances this week.   Jazz vocalist Ann Hampton Callaway will perform two streamed concerts on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.    Callaway’s one-woman show "Diva Power" takes a personal look at the iconic women who were
MCLA Welcomes Students Back, Implements COVID-19 Precautions
MCLA has signs around the campus reminding everyone to mask up and social distance. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Move-in weekend at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has generally been a celebratory affair as hundreds of students show up with parents and family in tow to prepare for the fall
Pittsfield Subcommittee Approves Housing TIE Agreements
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Community and Economic Development Committee has recommended two housing tax increment exemption, or TIE, agreements to the full council.   The exemptions recommended last week will help developers create market-rate housing on East Street and Tyler Street.    "The TIEs are
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