PITTSFIELD, Mass. - A few classrooms at Reid Middle School have been shutdown because of high levels of carbon dioxide.
Superintendent Jason McCandless said on Wednesday that recent testing done by the state revealed the issue in several classrooms. He said the elevated levels of carbon dioxide stems from the heating exhaust system and that will need to be redone in February.
"We took them offline as heating season began out of an abundance of concern," McCandless said.
The historic Walker House has found new life.
Allegrone Companies just completed a $1.5 million renovation of the building, which most recently served as a bed and breakfast, to create eight high-end rental units.
Tapestry's new syringe access program opened in February on West Main Street.
The office is holding an open house for the community from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday to answer questions and show how the program works.