The Berkshires and surrounding area are experiencing more traditional winter weather today as the storm is bringing anywhere between 5 and 9 inches of snow. A winter storm warning is in effect through 7 pm Tuesday night (Feb. 28). Here's what we have so far for cancellations and closings in the southern Berkshires and surrounding areas:

  • Southern Berkshire Regional School District - closed
  • Berkshire Hills Regional School District - closed
  • Berkshire Waldorf School - closed
  • Lee Public Schools - Closed
  • Lenox Public Schools - closed
  • Farmington River Regional School District - closed
  • Berkshire Montessori School - closed
  • Head Start at Muddy Brook in Great Barrington - closed
  • Richmond Consolidated Schools - closed
  • Berkshire Community College - closed, no Morning Classes, no Day Classes, evening class decision made by 1:00 p.m. on 2/28
  • Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) - closed, no day or evening classes
  • Saint Peter's Food Pantry - closed
  • Elder Services - There are no home delivery or congregate meals today but the agency is open.
  • Claire Teague Senior Center - No congregate meals, Geer Balance and Free lunch canceled and no transportation today.
  • Sheffield Senior Transportation Program - Not Running

If you know of a cancellation, closing, delay, or postponement, give us a call at (413) 528-0860 or chat with us via the free WSBS app which you can download right now by going here. Also, for weather when you want it 24/7, call the WSBS weather phone at (413) 528-1118.

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