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Five Tips for Hosting a Party During the Pandemic
It's still not a great idea to host get-togethers and parties yet due to the pandemic . . . but if you're determined to anyway, here are some tips for how to do it more safely: Hold your gathering outdoors, where the virus might be less contagious . . . serve individual meals instead of a…
A Boring Desk Job Helps Your Brain as You Get Old?
Good news and bad news. The good news?  A new study found your boring desk job is actually helping your brain as you get older!  The bad news?  You're devoting all that extra brain power to your boring office job.
A new study out of the University of Cambridge in England found off…
State Aid Numbers in Hand, Adams Eyes September Town Meeting
Without a clear indication of what the state might be providing in unrestricted local aid and Chapter 70 education aid funds, detailed on what's commonly known as the cherry sheets, Green and the Selectmen have been hesitant to schedule a town meeting and approve a budget the town might be unab…
Onota Lake Closed Monday for Vegetation Treatment
For those in the North Adams area that enjoys heading to Pittsfield’s Onota Lake, it will be closed for all water activities this coming Monday August 10th.  The lake will be treated with aquatic herbicides according to the press release from the Office of the Mayor in Pittsfiel…
Baker Threatens to Cut Gathering Size, Restrict Businesses
The governor did not outline a clear set of criteria that would prompt new orders from his administration, but after hinting last week that he was reviewing state guidance on how many people could safely gather at a single event, Baker said his administration is "not taking any options off the …

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