I have been working WNAW since 1968, doing just about every job there is. I graduated from Drury High School and served in the US Air Force from 1961 to 1965. First radio job in 1965 was in Presque Isle, Maine and I moved back to the Berkshires in 1967. Things I love: family, radio, long fast bike rides, cutting wood, skating and working out at the gym.
Jury Trials on Pause Until September
Jury trials won't resume in Massachusetts until at least Sept. 8 and in-person criminal and civil bench trials are still on hold until July 1, at the earliest, under a new order released by the Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday outlining its latest reopening strategy.
North Adams Trying to Determine ‘Worst Case’ Budget Picture
The novel coronavirus is expected to devastate budgets across the state as revenues have dropped over the past two months both locally and at the state level.
Adams Eyes ‘Deliberate’ Road to Reopening
He said town staff would be meeting in the first week of June to figure out how to start resuming operations and still minimize the risk of infection. He estimated that some staff would be coming back to work and city facilities opening to the public — with social distancing and face covering…
School Merger Beneficial But ‘Untenable’ With COVID-19
A 37-page report released and presented to Clarksburg and Stamford, Vt., last week lays out the pros and cons of an interstate school district merger.
Adams Board of Health Ready to Finalize Tobacco Regulations
Members answered some lingering questions Wednesday in regard to the proposed tobacco sales permit and hope to vote on a final draft next month.
BHS Considers Best Use of Antibody Testing
Within the next week, Berkshire Health Systems expects to make antibody testing available for the coronavirus, providing a new tool to measure the extent to which the pandemic has affected people in the region.
Five More Confirmed Virus Cases in Berkshires
For the second day in a row, Sunday brought five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Berkshire County. The death total remained at 38.
Small Graduation Events OK in Mass. – But Not Until Mid-July
Graduation ceremonies held between now and July 18 are to "be held virtually or in extremely limited other circumstances following safety protocols (e.g., car parades)," according to the guidelines.
As Virus Ebbs, BMC Focuses On Next Challenges
After admitting the state's first coronavirus patient March 7, Berkshire Medical Center staffers were among the first to care for a surge of people sickened by a new disease.
Williams College Lays Out Construction Safety Plan
"Above all, our primary objective is to keep the Williamstown community, Williams College campus community, and our job sites safe while assisting in stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus," said Rita Coppola-Wallace, executive director of design and construction at Williams.