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North Adams Takes First Step in Greylock School Project
The constitution of the School Building Committee is the next step and Bernard noted this will be a multiphase process and is not expected that everyone will be continuing through entire project, if there is one. The city's last school renovation project, Colegrove Park Elementary School, saw a…
Massachusetts Early Voting Runs Through Oct. 29
A record turnout is expected for the 2020 election as states with early voting say they are surpassing numbers from just four years ago. The Washington Post reported that turnout is already at 70 percent of the total early voting numbers of 2016. Massachusetts on Tuesday has already seen more than 1…
State Official Confident Health-Care System Can Handle Surge
Marylou Sudders, the state’s secretary of health and human services, is bullish on the way medical care in Massachusetts rose to the pandemic challenge. "I have to tell you, the strength of our health care system, our health care delivery system, has never been stronger than in April and…
Treatment Options For COVID-19
In the United States, no treatments are specifically approved for COVID-19, but a few have been authorized for emergency use and several more are being considered. A panel of experts convened by the National Institutes of Health updates guidelines as new studies come out.
North Adams Redevelopment Applying for Development Grants
"The scope of work for this project if awarded will include a review of existing conditions which would include building and infrastructure assessments, development objectives, which would essentially create a new vision redevelopment for several properties owned by the city and the Redevelopme…
Berkshire County Courts Host Weeklong Food Drive
The Berkshire County courts and Pittsfield Community Corrections Center are hosting three separate weeklong food and supply drives to benefit non-profit agencies across the county as part of the Massachusetts Trial Court's statewide 4th annual Cultural Appreciation Week 2020, Oct. 19-23.

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