|Summertime Safety Tips For Families|
Infants, toddlers and young children (ages 0-5 years) are generally not aware of dangers around them and depend on adults to keep them safe.
|'Play for PINK' Tournament Set for Aug. 14|
Registration for the Country Club of Pittsfield Play for PINK day is open to men and women, golfers, tennis players and card players.
|Mayor's Fitness Challenge Ends With a Bang|
“While we are winding down this challenge, let’s all remember that it is not a 10-week effort. Changing habits is long-term commitment toward a healthy lifestyle.” — Mayor Richard Alcombright
|BMC Joins Get With The Guidelines–AFIB Program|
Atrial fibrillation, or AF, is a quivering or irregular heartbeat affecting more than 2.7 million Americans, and accounts for about one-third of hospitalizations for cardiac rhythm disturbance.
|BMC Opens Imaging Center at Former North Adams Hospital|
The center provides X-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging; walk-in X-ray services are also available.
|Adams Board May Hire Lawyer for Complicated Housing Cases|
"It seems as though lately our defendants are getting more and more combative and cases are getting a little more complicated." — Scott Koczela
|County Towns Revamping Tobacco Regulations|
"We go back every year to work with these boards on educating them and updating them on strategies on how to protect the kids." — James Wilusz
|MCLA Scholarship Fund for NARH Workers Has $15K Left|
The contribution will allow for students who have been impacted and are attending MCLA in the fall to receive a $2,500 scholarship.
|Stop & Shop Donates to Healthy Pittsfield Partnership|
Healthy Pittsfield was nominated and selected for its collaborative efforts to improve the health and quality of life of Pittsfield residents and workforce.
|North County Residents Advocate for Hospital Restoration|
"The hospital is not just a hospital, it's a community center. It's the heart and lungs of the community." — Ce Swanson
|North Berkshire Community Invited to Speak to Health Care Consultants|
Representatives from Stroudwater Associates will attend the weekly meeting at the American Legion on Tuesday beginning at 6 p.m.
|Tickborne Illnesses Return With Summer in Pittsfield|
"The tickborne illness continues to be rampant out there." — Mary Jane Sackett
|Millhouses of Adams Goes Smoke Free|
"Research shows a strong demand for smoke-free housing." — Joan Rubel
|Fairview Hospital Announces Healthy Summer Programs for Community|
Fairview Hospital will offer many free health education and outreach programs to the community this summer to raise health engagement for all age groups.