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Snow and Cold Temperatures Ahead in the Berkshires
Snow is expected to continue through this afternoon, so if you are planning on heading out, you are advised to use caution. The National Weather Service in Albany posted on its Facebook page earlier today that there will be brief periods of reduced visibility and gusty winds possible as snow showers…
BCC Expanding Collegiate Recovery
Berkshire Community College launched a Collegiate Recovery Community for its students last fall and will expand its efforts into the spring 2021 semester and beyond. According to the college’s website, The recovery community, Students for Recovery at BCC, is a shared space for studen…
Hank Aaron Dead at 86
Born in Mobile, Alabama in 1934, Aaron's baseball career began in the Negro Leagues in 1952 before playing for the then-Milwaukee and later-Atlanta Braves from 1954 to 1974 and for the Milwaukee Brewers from 1975 to 1976.
Stay-at-Home Advisory Lifts on Monday
What a difference a day makes? Governor Charlie Baker announced during his daily briefing today (Thursday) that beginning Monday (Jan.25) the Stay-at-Home advisory, asking state residents to not be out from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., will be lifted...
Protecting Children in Online Spaces
As we continue to ride out the coronavirus pandemic, our children are spending more and more time online and on platforms such as the Zoom Meeting platform – but how do we know our kids are safe from all the threats that are out there in these virtual spaces...
Girl Power! First Woman to Referee the Super Bowl!
Barriers continue to crumble that have kept women out of the boardroom, limited in political reach and off the field.  Last month Sarah Fuller was the first woman to play in a major college conference football game.  She went on to be the first woman to score in a in a major conference gam…
Berkshire Hills Resuming In-Person Learning
The Berkshire Hills Regional School District will be getting back to in-person learning later in January. The Berkshire Eagle is reporting that in an email to families of the school district on Wednesday, Superintendent Peter Dillion wrote that COVID-19 data trends were "getting better&…

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