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Whose decline is more severe: Joe Biden’s or the news media’s?

The decisive problem right now isn't Joe Biden or the press; it is what is being done to the American people.

The Hello It’s Me Project comes to Pittsfield: Dr. Claudia Gold at the helm of initiative to create healthy bonds between parents and infants

The Hello It’s Me Project shines a spotlight on these tender new relationships, investing resources around the birth of a baby with the long-term goal of building a healthy community from the bottom up. While the project will serve the entire community, it is particularly well-suited to support parent-infant relationships impacted by the growing opioid crisis.

A model of collaboration: Public education and public health working together in Berkshire Hills Regional School District

'This structure means families, school and health care staff work together and support for children is aligned at home, school and in the community.' --Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School Principal Mary Berle

Business Briefs: BCC microgrants to decrease student debt; ambulance services merge; Catwalk holiday party; education award for Austen Riggs staff

The Guardian Value Scholarship program identifies students who are in good academic standing but unable to re-enroll due to college debt.

Business Briefs: Begrowicz named Woman of Achievement; Main Street Hospitality gains finance VP; New chef at Allium; Berkshire Baby Box adds board members; Business...

A graduate of the New England Culinary Institute in Vermont, Antunes worked locally for several years at Rouge Restaurant and Bistro in West Stockbridge and Wheatleigh in Lenox.

Business Briefs: BNRC’s High Road campaign surpasses goal; Fairview, Austen Riggs partner in newborn care; BOLA Granola celebrates 10 years; Salisbury Bank scholarships

According to BNRC president Tad Ames, the High Road will aim to conserve and connect unprotected lands that have important ecological, agricultural, scenic and recreational attributes.

Bits & Bytes: Immigrant talk at Simon’s Rock; Article 97 funeral; ‘A Street Cat Named Bob;’ ‘Talking With Teens: A User’s Guide for Parent;’...

Over the years, Laurel Scott has emerged as one of the nation's leading experts in immigrant waivers, publishing articles on the subject and speaking at events for immigration lawyers.

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