As the March snowstorm continues here in the Berkshires a few schools and organizations have either closed or delayed opening on March 15, 2023. A reminder that the winter storm warning for the southern Berkshires will end this morning at 8 AM. Here's a look at what's closed and/or delayed for today.


  • Berkshire Hills Regional School District — Two-hour delay
  • Lenox Public Schools — Two-hour delay
  • Southern Berkshire Regional School District — Two-hour delay
  • Lee Public Schools - Closed
  • Farmington River Regional School District — Closed
  • Mass College of Liberal Arts - Closed


  • All offices of Wheeler and Taylor Insurance are opening at 10:30 am
  • Transportation at the Claire Teague Senior Center along with Congregate Meals and the Birches Roy Funeral Home presentation - Canceled
  • Elder Services offices are closed (staff working remotely) - Home Delivered and Congregate Meals are canceled
  • 10 AM Tai Chi at the Monterey Community Center - canceled
  • Transportation along with Meals on Wheels and Community Meals at the Sheffield Senior Center - Canceled
  • Community Health Programs (CHP) Berkshires' practice locations and Family Services will delay opening until 10 a.m., for the safety of staff and patients navigating snow conditions. Any questions or concerns, please contact your CHP practice locations.
  • Tonight’s Cancer Prevention and Screening event sponsored by Berkshire Health Systems at the Zion Church in Pittsfield has been postponed. The event will be rescheduled at a later date.
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