Berkshires

#Blackout Campaign Embraced in Berkshires
The #Blackout Tuesday movement took hold in the Berkshires on Tuesday, and that included several Berkshire businesses and organizations that took steps to denounce the events that led to the death of George Floyd in Minnesota on Memorial Day...
Berkshire Cultural Sites Plan to Reopen
The Berkshires is all about culture, and one of the things that sets our us apart from practically every other county in the state, is our amazing cultural sites. As the state’s economy went on lock-down Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic in late March/early April, these sites went …
COVID-19 RESOURCES
The following is a listing of both local and State COVID-19 Resources. We will add to the list as more resources become available. If you know of a resource that is NOT listed here and would like to share it with us, please send an email to: tom...
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CVS Announces 10 Drive-Thru Testing Sites, None in Berkshires
Governor Charlie Baker spoke about his administration’s plans to continue and ramp up COVID-19 testing, during his daily briefing Thursday.
The Governor said that with over 410,000 tests conducted to date, Massachusetts is currently a Top-5 testing site per capita and that they plan t…
Berkshires In Line for Rare May Snowfall
You probably will not be needing to prep your snow blower for another winter blast anytime soon, but you may want to take out your snow shovel and have a bag of salt ready this weekend. We have an unseasonably cold and snowy forecast ahead.
The northeastern U...

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