IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon would like to provide residents with safety tips to prevent the transmission of the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus during the warmest summer months.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA —Chief Todd J. Fitzgerald is pleased to announce that the Manchester-by-the-Sea Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research to support a driving safety campaign.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll have provided visitors with information regarding the Massachusetts Travel Order that will go into effect on Saturday, Aug. 1, in an effort to keep residents and visitors to Gloucester healthy.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA —With temperatures in the 90s this week, Chief Todd J. Fitzgerald and the Manchester-by-the-Sea Police Department announce the opening of two cooling stations for community members.
MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires would like to share with community members the steps the district has taken toward building a plan for schools potentially reopening in the fall.
BROOKLINE, MA – With temperatures continuing in the 90’s this week, the Emergency Management Team has issued a heat advisory.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Sudbury Public Schools Announce Webinar Series on Impact of COVID-19 and the Upcoming School Year with Dr. Naami Turk
SUDBURY–Superintendent Brad Crozier and Sudbury Public Schools are pleased to announce a two-part presentation by Dr. Naami Turk discussing the impact of COVID-19 on mental health and the new school year.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Announces New Webinar Opportunities to Support Professional Development
WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is offering webinars to provide professional development opportunities during the summer and when school opens in the fall. Two-hour webinars and ten-hour webinars will be available to staff of member districts providing resources to support students and families.
ROWLEY — Police Chief Scott Dumas and Fire Chief James Broderick wish to remind residents to call 911 in an emergency and that each department’s former emergency phone line has been disconnected.
TYNGSBOROUGH –Chief Richard D. Howe and the Tyngsborough Police Department would like to remind residents to practice safe habits while recreating near pools and other bodies of water this summer.