In an age where indoor dining is impractical or discouraged, downtown restaurants have been hard-pressed to come up with the space needed to get their businesses going again. Enter Richard Stanley and his culinary tenants in the Barrington House.
The Healers and Horses program was created specifically to help local health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic acclimate and reintegrate during and after their experiences battling the virus.
Housatonic Heritage has played a pivotal role in the restoration of the historic church, working with the nonprofit Clinton Church Restoration, which owns the deconsecrated church, since its formation in 2016.
As the internship took shape, Seckler quickly saw a point of convergence: QR codes could facilitate the reopening of some of the local foodie’s favorite restaurants and coffee shops with contactless menus to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The classically trained chef-turned-athletic personal trainer has a deep respect for nature and has committed his personal and professional life to helping others utilize nature as a tool for well-being.
Months ago, despite the polls, everything seemed to be going Trump’s way: The economy was strong, the stock market was hitting new records and the Democrats handled the impeachment in a manner that only seemed to have boosted Trump’s approval ratings. However, COVID-19 has blocked Trump from a clear path to re-election.
Villages of the Berkshires is launching an effort to provide volunteer services such as friendly visitors or companionship, local transportation, technology support, and basic household repairs and assistance to seniors in the Berkshires.