COVID-19 news portals have proven to be a useful tool for city and town management to communicate large amounts of information about a rapidly changing situation quickly, as well as a way for the public to find those updates in one dedicated place.
NEWPORT, VT – Acting Chief Travis R. Bingham reports the Newport Police Department has charged a local man with assault & robbery and several other charges following a Saturday night incident.
There will be no water interruptions during infrastructure work
NORWOOD — Town of Norwood General Manager Tony Mazzucco announces the launch of the Citizen Information Center for Norwood residents, a one-stop-shop for questions, comments, and concerns residents may have during these unprecedented times.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce that Rochester’s R.W. Creteau Technology Center has donated several items, including hospital beds, to local healthcare workers to support the fight against the coronavirus.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department would like to remind residents to properly secure their vehicles following reports of suspicious activity involving parked cars along Upham Street. Nothing was taken from the vehicles.
44 total cases confirmed since March 15; One deceased, Four recovered, 39 in isolation
EXETER — SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan announces that all SAU 16 school facilities will close for at least two weeks beginning Monday, March 16 as part of the district’s evolving response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
DEDHAM — Chief Michael d’Entremont reports that the Dedham Police Department has released video from the Monday, Feb. 10 armed robbery that took place at Terri’s Market.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department responded to a Tier One HazMat incident today at a local hair salon—the result of a chemical mixture.