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Mount Greylock Interim Superintendent Proposing Fully Remote Start to School Year
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School District's interim superintendent Tuesday told the community he will propose the district start the year with fully remote learning for general education students.   In a virtual town hall, Robert Putnam previewed the proposal for the start of school that he will
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Williamstown Panel Looks at Context of Historic Monuments
A sign erected by the Williamstown Historical Commission to recognize the site of the 18th Century West Hoosac Fort. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town's newest committee Monday got down to the business of finding ways to talk about the truth of the Village Beautiful's founding.   The Diversity,
Tanglewood's Online Festival Continues
The Tanglewood 2020 Online Festival will enter its seventh week with a capacious selection of state-of-the-art digital audio and video streams. These performances were recorded at Tanglewood’s breathtaking spaces at the superbly designed Linde Center – a constituent part of the BSO's/Tanglewood’s new entity, the Tanglewood
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How Can You Prepare for the 'New Retirement'?
A generation or so ago, people didn't just retire from work – many of them also withdrew from a whole range of social and communal activities. But now, it's different: The large Baby Boom cohort, and no doubt future ones, are insisting on an active lifestyle and continued involvement in their communities and world.  So,
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Williamstown Ag Commission Weighs Tabling of Two Pot Bylaw Proposals
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Agricultural Commission on Monday floated the idea of recommending town meeting next week take no action on either marijuana bylaw amendment on the warrant.   Faced with the prospect of a meeting with lower than typical turnout because of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with a complicated debate over
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Williams Officials: Town's Safety High Priority in Reopening Plan
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College officials Friday sought to assure the Board of Health that the safety of the town is at the forefront of the school's plan to welcome students back to campus at the end of the month.   The college's vice president for finance and administration told the board in a virtual meeting
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Mount Greylock Adds Day in High School, Splits Elementary Days
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — All students at Mount Greylock Regional School will be in school two days a week, and elementary school pupils will attend four days a week to start the school year under the latest iteration of the hybrid learning model announced Thursday by interim Superintendent Robert Putnam.   And the School
Education Commissioner Pushed for Plan He Now Says Superintendents Favor
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The commonwealth's commissioner of education may be overselling the grassroots desire to return to in-person instruction in comments he made earlier this week.   On Tuesday, Commissioner Jeffrey Riley told the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce that a "vast majority" of Massachusetts school
SVMC: COVID-19 Update Aug. 7
  August 7, 2020   Dr. Themarge Small | OB/GYN Care during COVID     Dr. Themarge Small shares how she and her team are continuing to provide crucial prenatal and women's care for patients, both in person and via telemedicine. WATCH NOW   Top Reasons to Try Telemedicine     Almost 6 months into the pandemic, many thousands of our patients have tried telemedicine and have experienced its surprising benefits.   Learn More     Updates to Visitor Guidelines If you plan to visit someone recovering in the hospital or accompany someone to a medical appointment, there are updated guidelines that you need to know. Learn More.     What is PCR Testing? It’s likely only since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that you have heard of PCR testing. But it has been relied on for accurate medical diagnostics for almost 30 years. Learn More.   What to Expect at Your First Mammogram Jane Wright, RT/RM, registered technologist and mammographer, gives first timers an idea of what to expect. Read On.     Why OB/GYN Appointments are Essential Just like getting groceries and picking up prescriptions, OB/GYN appointments, whether to complete preventive care or address symptoms, are too important to miss. Read More.     Support for Non-Breastfeeding Moms During the annual World Breastfeeding Week, Dr. Kimberley Sampson salutes all moms, including those who found that breastfeeding was not possible for them. Read More.   Wearing is Caring Dan and Alison Malmborg were moooved to showed their support for safety. Join them by taking a masked selfie, tagging it with #WearingisCaring #MasksOnVT and #SVHC, and sharing publicly on social media.     UCS Presents: Our Kids are More Stressed Than Ever   Parents, caregivers, and all who interact regularly with young people are invited to watch United Counseling Service's Youth and Family Service Clinician Kathleen Baroody discuss signs and symptoms of stress in kids and learn helpful interventions for non-professionals.    Watch Now     More COVID-19 Resources   Important numbers, frequently asked questions, articles, testing information and more are available on our website. Visit Now       Southwestern Vermont Health Care |  ‌  ‌  
BCC Hires New Vice President of Administration and Finance
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College has hired Andrea Wadsworth as the new vice president of administration and finance. Previous to accepting her role at the college, Wadsworth has held a number of positions in education in the Berkshires. She was most recently the assistant superintendent of business and finance. Prior to
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