Southern Berkshire County Cancellations/Closings for Tuesday, Mar 14, 2023
Below is the latest list of cancellations, postponements, and closings that we have so far for Tuesday, Mar. 14 in and around the southern Berkshires.
- Berkshire Hills Regional School District -closed
- Berkshire Community College - closed
- Southern Berkshire Regional School District - closed
- Farmington River Regional School District - closed
- Lee Public Schools - closed
- Lenox Public Schools - closed
- Mass. College of Liberal Arts - closed
- Sheffield Transfer Station - closed
- Claire Teague Senior Center - Transportation, meals sites, and all programs - canceled
- Sheffield Senior Center - closed
- Elder Services - closed, home-delivered and congregate meals are canceled
- All offices of Wheeler and Taylor Insurance - closed
- All offices of Pittsfield Cooperative Bank - closed
To report a cancellation, postponement, closing, or delay, leave a message at (413) 528-0860 ext. 200.
From the Town of Great Barrington: The overnight parking ban will be strictly enforced. Vehicles parked in the road inhibiting snow removal operations will be towed. The town expects town buildings will be open but services may be limited depending on the severity of the storm. Please plan to call ahead.
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