|Berkshire United Way, Miraval Offer Getaway to Essential Worker|
LENOX, Mass. — Berkshire United Way and Miraval Berkshires have teamed up to honor an essential worker or first responder on the front lines of relief efforts in Berkshire County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Berkshire United Way, which has helped provide relief grants to nonprofit organizations helping the most vulnerable
|Almgren Law Hosts Outdoor Workshop|
LENOX, Mass. — Almgren Law will host a "Ready, Set, Know Your Options” outdoor workshop on Saturday, Sept. 26, to help people understand their estate planning and eldercare options.
Topics will include Using Trusts to Avoid Probate and Save Taxes, Protect Your Home and Assets, Accessing Home Care and VA Benefits,
|SBA Hosts Virtual Event to Honor America's Small Businesses|
WASHINGTON — Jovita Carranza, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced the kickoff for National Small Business Week.
National Small Business Week honors the nation's small businesses, many of which are veteran, women and minority-owned, for their achievements and dedication to their
|MassDOT Advisory: Montgomery, Blandford, Russell, Otis, Becket and Lee|
LEE, Mass. - The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced that crews will be conducting construction and maintenance operations at specific locations on Interstate 90 eastbound and westbound in Montgomery, Blandford, Russell, Otis, Becket and Lee.
The work is scheduled to begin in some locations at 7:00 a.m.
|SVMC: COVID-19 Update Sept. 21|
September 18, 2020
SVMC Orthopedics Patient Story: Les Jorgensen
Les Jorgensen's hip pain made it difficult for him to walk from his living room to his kitchen. After a hip replacement with Dr. Michaela Schneiderbauer, MD, of SVMC Orthopedics, he walks 18-holes of golf three times a week, pain free.
WATCH HIS STORY
SVMC Announces Flu Vaccination Opportunities
A combination of drive-up, walk-up, and in-office flu clinics, available through SVMC and its primary care offices, aim to get every healthy person over the age of 6 months a flu shot this year.
Everyone wants to know how to become immune to COVID-19 and what can be done to increase the number of immune people—fast. Science is revealing something new almost daily. Get the Latest.
FAQs from the COVID-19 Hotline
Since its launch six months ago, the COVID-19 Hotline has answered more than 4,000 community members' questions. Here are the most common ones. Learn More.
COVID/Flu Season Playbook
Flu season always brings uncertainty. And this year is more complex than ever. Get the essential must-do steps to protect yourself and your family. Read more.
Wearing is Caring
Deb Alter, of Small Song Gallery & Goods in Hoosick Falls, donned a floral mask to show she cares. Post your masked selfie to #SVHC, #MasksonVT, and #WearingisCaring to show you care, too.
More COVID-19 Resources
Important numbers, frequently asked questions, articles, testing information and more are available on our website.
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|Great Barrington Forms Police Chief Search Committee|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The town has formed a Police Chief Search Committee to review applicants and recommend final candidates for the position.
Town Manager Mark Pruhenski has appointed the following eight individuals: Alf Barbalunga, chief probation officer for the Southern Berkshire District Court and Pittsfield
|South County Opioid Working Group Receives Grant |
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The South County Opioid Working Group received a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Communities Opioid Response Program grant.
The three-year grant funds a peer-support recovery center in South County that will expand access to services and help to increase prevention
|Rita Willey Joins CHP Lee Family Practice|
Great Barrington, Mass. — Family Nurse Practitioner Rita M. Willey joined the clinical care team at Community Health Programs Lee Family Practice.
Willey has practiced since 2012 at Fairview Medical in Great Barrington. She previously worked at Northern Berkshire Family Medicine.
Earlier, as a
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