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Bishop Rozanski Named Archbishop of St. Louis
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski has been named as the archbishop of St. Louis.    Pope Francis made the announcement on Wednesday morning that Rozanski, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield, will replace the retiring Robert J. Carlson in St. Louis.   A press conference is
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North Adams Airport to Receive Federal Grant
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Airport Commission accepted a Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act grant to assist in airport operation cost.   The Airport Commission held its first remote meeting Tuesday and accepted a grant of $30,000 from the Federal Aviation Administration to help fund airport operations. The
North Adams Schools Mull Reconfiguration, Closure Scenarios
The School Committee reviews budget scenarios at a virtual workshop on Monday.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — School officials are bracing for a worst-case budget scenario that could mean the closure of one of the three elementary schools.   At minimum, the district is anticipating reductions in positions.
Safe Routes School Honors North Adams Coordinator, 2 Schools
Emily Schiavoni is this year's recipient of the Nikki Tishler Memorial Award for the work she's done in North Adams to promote safe walking and biking.  NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire County was well represented at the state's Safe Routes to School award program on Monday, including the
Clarksburg Lists Voter Precautions for Thursday Election
CLARKSBURG, Mass. — The town election will be held on Thursday, June 11, from noon to 7 p.m. at the Clarksburg Senior Center, 712 West Cross Road.   This year's election will be taken with precautions because of COVID-19 and only four voters will be allowed inside the polling center at a time.   Voters
Berkshire HorseWorks Reopens With COVID-19 Precautions
CAPTION HERE RICHMOND, Mass. — Berkshire HorseWorks is reopened its facility to the public on Monday and implemented new "COVID Clean" restrictions while allowing clients to receive mental health treatment and engage in fun outdoor activities safely.    Specializing in Eagala's Model
Nearing Retirement? What Questions Should You Ask?
The recent market volatility has affected just about everybody's financial and investment situations. So, if you were planning to retire soon, will it still be possible? Of course, the answer depends somewhat on your employment situation. With so many people's jobs being affected by the coronavirus pandemic, your retirement plans
Tourism Destinations to Rely on Visitors' Compliance for Successful Reopening
1Berkshire's Ben Lamb, top left, moderatesa virtual town hall with, clockwise from top right: Canyon Ranch Managing Director Mindi Morin, Norman Rockwell Museum CEO Laurie Norton Moffat and Trustees of Reservations Southern Berkshires Director Brian Cruey. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Museum-goers are used to signs
Small Classes, Plenty of PPE Advised School Reopenings
BOSTON — Schools planning to reopen in the fall will have to reduce their class sizes to no more than 10 students and keep students 6 feet apart as much as possible.    The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education issued guidelines Friday on required sanitation supplies and safety for reopening schools this
Pittsfield Firm Aiming for Lever-Led COVID-19 Intrapreneur Challenge
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Ask Josh Levin about his company's foray into producing personal protective equipment, and he will be quick to clarify what his product is and what it is not.   "The fabric face mask is personal protection, but it's not a medical product," the CEO of LympheDivas said
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