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For Berkshire County young people in crisis and their families, the absence of psychiatric beds has meant long waits, hours of driving to programs across the state and the fear and desperation of not being able to get help at their worst moments.
More people getting tested for COVID-19, and the county's positivity climbing, according to Berkshire Health Systems, which has also seen an increase in severe illness among young, unvaccinated patients. Here’s what you should know about COVID-19 in the Berkshires right now.
PITTSFIELD — Air pollution might not come up often in conversations between medical doctors and patients. Yet, doctors say that pollutants, in…
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to correct rain dates of concerts.
PITTSFIELD — One hopes the sense of anti-climax holds. The city of Pittsfield on Tuesday officially lifted the state of emergency that Mayor L…
PITTSFIELD — Berkshire Health Systems will provide COVID-19 vaccine clinics in its Medical Arts Complex throughout June.
During one of the worst weeks of the pandemic in Berkshire County last winter, at least four people died each day.
The Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative will stop offering first dose COVID-19 vaccines at its public clinics in late May, as demand slows for sho…
After months of limited shots, the Berkshires have hit a vaccine tipping point.