PETERBOROUGH — Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunders and Principal Heather McKillop are pleased to announce that ConVal Regional High School will be holding a career fair for students this month.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Andover Public Schools Invites Residents to Attend West Elementary and Shawsheen Preschool Building Committee Forum
ANDOVER — The West Elementary and Shawsheen Preschool Building Committee is pleased to invite community members to attend a virtual forum later this month.
GEORGETOWN – Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department would like to make residents aware of a recent significant increase in catalytic converter thefts in New England and throughout the United States, and share suggestions to protect their vehicles.
NORTH READING – Police Chief Michael Murphy and the North Reading Police Department would like to make residents aware of a recent significant increase in catalytic converter thefts in New England and throughout the United States, and share suggestions to protect their vehicles.
PETERBOROUGH — ConVal High School Principal Heather McKillop is pleased to announce that five seniors have earned the Seal of Biliteracy.
NEWPORT, VERMONT — Chief Travis R. Bingham is pleased to announce that Officer Joshua Lillis and K-9 Ozzy were recently named the 2020 Team of the Year by the Vermont Police Canines Association.
BROOKLINE — The Brookline Department of Public Works Parks and Open Space Division is developing an Urban Forest Climate Resiliency Master Plan and is seeking residents’ participation.
BROOKLINE – Public Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett would like to inform residents that the Town of Brookline’s Advisory Council on Public Health will convene to review and potentially recommend revising Brookline’s outdoor face covering mandate.
BROOKLINE – Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Brookline Council on Aging (COA) Director Ruthann Dobek are pleased to announce that the COA was recently awarded a $6,584 state grant to assist with medical transportation needs for seniors in town.
ANDOVER — Superintendent Claudia Bach and Andover High School Principal Caitlin Brown are pleased to inform all families that students in grades 9-12 shall return to fully in-person learning, beginning on Monday, May 17.