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Bluebird Farm serves a niche spot in the Northern Berkshires because there are no other nearby shelters or sanctuaries that will take the animals Petricca can work with. She is duly licensed by Mass. Fish and Wildlife to rehabilitate a number of wild and farm species. Petricca has been at it for years, doing a good job keeping up with the demand. But then COVID-19 arrived, and as with many other things, turned it all upside down.

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Nearly 40 Lanesborough voters approved all 15 articles during Saturday’s special town meeting.  Highlighting the agenda were two public works articles totaling $480,000 to replace the sidewalk on Summer street and repave a section of Summer.   Also, voters agreed to move the annual town meeting from the second Tuesday in June to the third Saturday in May to boost participation in town government.

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The Massachusetts unemployment rate in December plunged beneath 4 percent and state officials on Friday said employers have added back 537,000 jobs since employment levels bottomed out in April 2020.

In "Horizon Within" a new show at Carrie Chen Gallery, artists Arlene Santana Thornton, Julie Shapiro and Sandra Harper exhibit recent works which call attention to each artists' practice of meeting their subjective internal experience with the landscape that inspires them.

"Horizon Within" opens at the 16 Railroad St. gallery on Saturday, Jan. 22 and runs through Feb. 27. A public reception will be held, 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 29

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