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Registration is now open for COVID-19 rapid testing to be held Thursday morning in Sheffield.
Foreign correspondent and Lenox native James Brooke canceled his scheduled Zoom lecture in Lenox in favor of a Stockbridge presentation with an in-person audience.
LEE — The Tri-Town Health Department has updated its COVID guidance for Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge to clarify its position on wedding venues.
With cases rising and still high in much of Berkshire County, the regional health agency is maintaining the spirit of its directive for indoor masking in public spaces, but will clarify how the recommendations apply to weddings and other celebrations.
During an intense Select Board discussion, one member described vaccination requirements as “morally corrupt,” though he supported getting shots as long as it’s a personal choice.
For the first time in months, COVID-19 cases have begun to fall, ticking back down from a rolling average of more than 30 new cases each day to about 20. But, the good news comes before potential repercussions of Labor Day — and ahead of cold weather, Halloween and the winter holidays.
The street festival, previously scaled down to a single day on Sept. 25, is deemed too risky, since it typically attracts thousands of people.
To conform with Tri-Town Health Department directive against large groups congregating in one place, there will be no Tanglewood awards ceremony or after-party following the Sept. 19 triathlon.
The Tri-Town Health Department shut down the Lee Sandy Beach and Lenox Town Beach on Thursday after tests showed excessive levels of E. coli bacteria.
The regional health agency serving Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge is avoiding consideration of mandates but is asking the health boards in three towns to support an official recommendation for indoor masking in public settings.