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The Retired Investor: Markets Ignore China Sanctions
During the past few weeks of this presidency, both the Trump administration and Congress have levied additional sanctions against the People's Republic of China. Financial markets and U.S. corporations have largely ignored those efforts; here's why.   Investors have learned over the past four years that tough talk on trade
BHS COVID-19 Test Centers Added to Stop the Spread Program
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems' three COVID-19 testing centers are now open as part of the state's Stop the Spread Program for free community testing.    Access to COVID-19 testing, either through the Stop the Spread program or for symptomatic testing, is by appointment only. Individuals MUST call
Spectrum Opens Store in Pittsfield
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Charter Communications has opened a Spectrum Store on Hubbard Avenue.    The store gives consumers in the Pittsfield area an option for adding or managing their internet, television, mobile or voice services.   "Our Spectrum stores team is here to help our local customers who need
BMC Prepares for COVID-19 Vaccine Arrival
Workers move the ultra-low temperature freezer at the Berkshire Innovation Center for deliver to BMC on Wednesday. The freezer is need for storing the vaccine. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Medical Center is one of 21 hospitals selected to begin receiving the novel coronavirus vaccine this
Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution to Prioritize High-Risk Individuals
BOSTON — The state expects to have 300,000 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of December with the first order of 60,000 arriving on Dec. 15.    Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday said the vaccine will be provided to all individuals without charge through a three-phase process that prioritizes high-risk
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Baker Rolls Back Reopening Plan in Face of Rising Virus Rates
BOSTON — The state's occupancy limits cut to 40 percent beginning Sunday as the governor rolls back the reopening phases because of rising rates of COVID-19.   Occupancy limits will be reduced to 40 percent and indoor performance venues and some indoor recreational activities will have to close. Dining indoors will be
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