|Redefining Good Health - And Good Health Care|
A federal court ruling in December declaring that ACA unconstitutional raised yet another alarm-raiser for Obamacare customers around the country. Again, in the delicate realm of subsidized insurance, ACA customers were asking: Should I reapply? Is the ACA dead? Will my coverage be canceled?
For now, the foreseeable future, the ACA
|Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster?|
The year ahead offers new opportunities and experiences. But as you make plans throughout 2019, be mindful of the things that can derail those plans – such as the natural disasters that affected so many families in 2018. Every area around the country is subject to natural disasters, whether they're wildfires, hurricanes or tornadoes.
|Hinds Rolling Out 'Rural Agenda' In New Legislative Session|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — State Sen. Adam Hinds is pushing a "rural agenda" in the new legislative term.
The Pittsfield Democrat is filing more than 60 bills, many of which are aimed at helping small rural areas. While he represents the Berkshires' only two cities, the bulk of his constituents reside in 50 towns
|Berkshires Beat: Clark Art Institute Launches Free Snowshoe Program|
Now that there's snow
The Clark Art Institute has launched a new snowshoe program to encourage exploration of the winter beauty of its Williamstown campus. Project Snowshoe provides visitors with the chance to borrow a pair of snowshoes from the Clark to trek the 140-acre campus during snow season. Details on snowshoe safety are
|Hoosac Valley's Puppolo Joins DI Ranks|
Hoosac Valley High School graduate Kali Puppolo Saturday signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Manhattan College and play softball for the Division I Jaspers.
Puppolo is in her second year at Herkimer College in New York, where she pitched a team-best 113 innings for the Division III junior college
|SNAP Clients to Receive February Benefits Early|
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Family Services of Community Health Programs advises SNAP clients that February benefits are being distributed early.
Clients are encouraged to budget this early February payment accordingly, as future benefits may not be reloaded until after the partial government shutdown comes to an end.
|Health Drives Much of Pignatelli's Legislative Agenda|
LENOX, Mass. — State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli heard a story about a police officer who had witnessed someone die from an overdose while waiting for an ambulance to arrive.
Not all first-responders carry Narcan, which reverses opioid overdoses, and Pignatelli believes that if that officer's Police
|More Heating Assistance Sought as Officials Discuss Poverty|
Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer, right, and North Adams Mayor Tom Bernard applaud as new Berkshire County District Attorney Andrea Harrington, left, is introduced at a forum on poverty at Williams College.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As the Berkshires face the coldest weather of the winter so far, the county's
|Soccer Referees Offer Course for New Officials|
LENOX, Mass. -- The Massachusetts State Soccer Referee Committee will offer its next new referee course on Sunday, March 17.
The course will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hampton Inn on Pittsfield Road (Route 7).
The cost is $115, which includes registration, administration and course
|@theMarket: Markets Retrace December Losses|
It was a week where lackluster earnings battled with the Fed's willingness to hold off on rate hikes for investors' attention. The Fed won. Investors bought on the dips and helped to push the markets out of correction territory.
From a technical point of view, however, all the U.S. indexes are overbought, extended, and in
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