Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity Raffling Off Shed

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity is raffling off an 8 by 10-foot shed to raise funds toward building its next affordable home.
 
The shed is now built and can be seen at 762 Main St.. 
 
Tickets can be purchased online or at the Habitat office at 61 Main St., North Adams, Suite 246, from Monday through Friday, 9 to noon.
 
Prices are one ticket for $10, five tickets for $25, and 10 tickets for $40. Tickets will be on sale until Oct. 26. The drawing will be on Thursday, Oct. 29.
 

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Hike in County's COVID-19 Positivity Rate Drives Mount Greylock District to Remote Learning

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
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Mount Greylock Regional School District Superintendent Jason McCandless on Thursday notified families that Lanesborough Elementary and Williamstown Elementary will be going remote because of an increase in the county's COVID-19 positivity rate.
 
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