BROOKLINE — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director John Sullivan would like to offer residents tips about ensuring the safety of vulnerable populations ahead of an emergency, as part of Emergency Preparedness Month.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley are encouraging residents to take the COVID-19 Community Impact Survey made available by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH).
BROOKLINE — Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett announces that the emergency suspension of the town’s ban on single use plastic bags and polystyrene (styrofoam) containers will come to an end next month.
MAYNARD– Chief Anthony Stowers would like to remind residents to take the necessary precautions to prepare themselves for potentially serious storms, such as hurricanes, or any other emergencies or natural disasters that may arise.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Department of Public Works Director Steve Calla announce that a three-phased pavement restoration project will begin on Monday, Sept. 28 and will create traffic disruptions for numerous streets in town while the work progresses.
NEWBURYPORT — Mayor Donna Holaday is pleased to announce that the City of Newburyport has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Program that will go towards critical infrastructure upgrades at the Wastewater Treatment Facility.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley report that Winthrop has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, and are urging the community to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance.
WOODSTOCK – Chief Robbie Blish is pleased to announce that the Woodstock Police Department has launched its new website, giving residents an updated and modern space to access department news, resources and safety information.
RAYMOND — A local girl scouts group installed a little free library at Lamprey River Elementary School to give Raymond students more reading options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
IPSWICH — Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul Nikas invites community members to complete a new online survey to help with the development of a short and long term management plan for many of Ipswich’s waterways.