Mahar Regional Students Tackle Revamp the Rims Project 

At Mahar Regional School, students in The School for Applied Research (TSAR) have a history of taking on project that improve the community. From creating a student running club to developing a website to help kids aging out of foster care, SARS students are committed to community service. 

This year’s project, called Revamp the Rims, is focused on cleaning up a local basketball court. Tonight, we’ll visit that court and learn how it’s more than just a place for kids to shoot hoops. 

And more western Mass stories tonight… 

This week, President Joe Biden marked his 100th day in office and gave his first address to a joint session of Congress. Political consultants Ryan McCollum and Tony Cignoli weigh in on what the President has accomplished so far and what to expect from the administration in the future.  

After 13 years in business, popular Pittsfield eatery Flavours of Malaysia closed its doors in December 2020. Visit the Berkshire County restaurant to learn about owners Sabrina tan and Chin Lee, who managed not only to cook up amazing food but also cultivate a sense of community that patrons say they will miss the most. 

Finally, West Springfield CARE Coalition’s Ananda Lennox discusses a recent survey examining the impact of the pandemic on the town’s students and how these insights will shape educational decisions in the future.