|Mayor Bianchi Honors CNAs at Pittsfield Nursing Home|
"I hope you realize how important you are to not only patients but for families too." — Mayor Daniel Bianchi
|BHS, Medicaid Insurers Set Enrollment Fairs|
In-network coverage by BMC HealthNet for Berkshire Health Systems services ended on May 15, 2015.
|Northern Berkshire Relay for Life Set Friday Night|
The opening ceremonies and Survivor Walk start at 6 p.m.
|Adams Board of Health 'Blindsided' by Code Officer Cut|
"The only thing known by the Adams Board of Health is that there is a lot unknown." — Bruce Shepley
|Bishop Blesses Newly Renovated Mount Carmel Care Center|
"The facility is a very different facility that it was three years ago." — David Laplante
|Alzheimer's Education Series Returns to Elder Services on May 12|
The dates are May 12, 19, and 26, and June 2, 9, and 16. All sessions are from 2 to 4 p.m.
|North Adams Mayor's Fitness Challenge Hits The Ground Running|
"The next 10 weeks are going to be an exciting opportunity to really work together to build a healthier North Adams." — Amanda Chilson
|The Independent Investor: Avian Flu Scrambles the Egg Business|
Scientists believe migratory waterfowl are spreading the disease as they trek northward in their seasonal migrations.
|North Berkshire Advocates Rally for Mental Health Awareness|
"Parents need to be educated, teachers need to be educated with how to deal with children with mental health issues." — Cathy Felix
|Registration Open For Pittsfield YMCA's Tie Dye Dash|
Dressed in a provided YMCA white T-shirt and sunglasses, racers will pass through five splash zones where colored cornstarch powder will be tossed at them.
|Kimball Farms Puts Evacuation Plans To The Test In Mock Event|
"It is a small community but it does happen and it happens more often than people like to think." — Chris O'Brien
|Fairview’s Health Exploration Camp Offers Exposure to Careers for Area Teens|
Programming during the week included CPR/first aid training, two shadow experiences daily, and an afternoon presentation or hands-on experience with a clinical provider.
|BHS: Not Responsible For BMC HealthNet Fallout|
"When you look at Total Medical Expense for the Berkshires, which reflects the total continuum of care and the broadest measure of cost and efficiency, we are better than average." — Ruth Blodgett
|BHS Opens Walk In Treatment Center At Pittsfield Price Chopper|
"We're trying to provide an alternative location for those who don't have a primary care physician." — Ruth Blodgett