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iBerkshires Storm Center: Closings & Cancellations March 8

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A severe winter storm expected to dumped upwards of 2 feet of snow on the area, particularly over parts of the Northern Berkshires. 
 
Schools are closed or had delayed openings. Adams, Clarksburg, Lenox, North Adams and Pittsfield declared snow emergencies: no parking on streets during the storm or in the hours afterward to allow for snow removal. Pittsfield's snow emergency was lifted on Thursday morning but North Adams has extended its until 8 p.m. on Thursday.
 

Below is a list of closures and cancellations for Thursday, March 8. 

  • Pittsfield trash pickup resumes Friday, schedule will be one day behind
  • International Women's Day celebration dinner hosted by Flavours of Malaysia for the Elizabeth Freeman Center originally scheduled rescheduled for April 5.
  • All Saints Berkshires Episcopal Church closed
  • Berkshire Family YMCA opens at 9 a.m.
  • No lunch at Berkshire Food Project
  • Berkshire Museum opens at noon
  • Lee Premium Outlets opens at noon
  • Dr. Blanchard’s dental office is closed
  • Greylock Federal Credit Union branches opening at 11 a.m.

 

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