|Massachusetts Golf Courses Reopen Under Restrictions|
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The U.S. Golf Association's "Rules of Golf" runs more than 160 pages long.
On Thursday, Massachusetts golfers got a few more rules to follow, courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic and the commonwealth's social distancing restrictions.
Local officials say the
|Child Protection Leaders Ask for Public's Help|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Child protection leaders are asking the public's help in detecting ongoing child abuse while the COVID-19 shutdowns keep kids away from the adults who normally step in to help.
Reports of child abuse have plummeted, even as family stress factors like job insecurity, food insecurity and sickness have
|WAM Theatre Nominated for Two Elliot Norton Awards for 'Pipeline'|
LENOX, Mass. — WAM Theatre's co-production with The Nora at Central Square Theater of Dominique Morisseau's "Pipeline" has been nominated for an Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Ensemble (Midsize Theatre), and that Hubens "Bobby" Cius, who played the leading role of Omari, has been nominated as Outstanding
|Berkshires Beat: Bidwell House Museum Cancels House Tours for 2020|
Bidwell House update
The Bidwell House Museum has decided not to open for guided tours of the house in 2020. The staff and trustees feel that leading groups through the confined spaces of the house, even later this summer, may not be safe or comfortable for visitors.
In addition, the museum has also decided to cancel the opening
|BMC Center for Rehabilitation Providing Telehealth Services|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Center for Rehabilitation at Berkshire Medical Center continues to provide the highest quality of rehabilitation services as the region experiences the COVID-19 pandemic, and has expanded its operations for patients who may not wish at this time to conduct in-person appointments.
Patients can continue to be
|Clarksburg Moves Town Election, Town Meeting to June|
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — The Select Board on Wednesday voted to move the annual town election to June 11 and the town meeting to June 24.
The town election had been tentatively scheduled for May 26 but Town Clerk Carol Jammalo had asked the board to reconsider the date to give her more time to plan because of the ongoing
|Vermont Begins Relaxing Stay-Home Rules|
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Gov. Phil Scott is letting "low-contact outdoor businesses" reopen on Thursday, meaning Vermonters can start going to ballfields, parks and golf courses. This follows reports on Tuesday that only five new cases of COVID-19 had been identified in the state.
"Over the last few weeks,
|Polar Vortex Bringing Cold, Snow to Parts of Northeast|
The date may say May, but it sure feels like it's still March. Temperatures have barely dipped into the 50s and 60s for a day or two before the weather turned cold, cloudy and rainy again.
And here we are in the first week in May or, as some call it, March 67th, with warnings of a polar vortex headed our
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