PRIDEStar EMS is proud to share that two paramedics from its Trinity EMS Division were honored by the Haverhill City Council on Tuesday night for reviving a Haverhill resident.
LOWELL, MA — PrideStar EMS and Trinity EMS, both headquartered in Lowell, are pleased to announce they have entered into an agreement to create one emergency medical service company rooted in the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire.
*Media Advisory* Fóumami to Welcome City and Industry Leaders to Celebrate its Grand Reopening Following Extended Pandemic Closure
BOSTON — Fóumami Asian Sandwich Bar is pleased to share that it will renew its decade-long presence downtown tomorrow — following a nearly 17-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic — marking a significant step in the reawakening of Boston’s Financial District.
BEVERLY– Airport Manager Gloria Bouillon is pleased to share a video highlighting Beverly Regional Airport as a thriving aviation hub on the North Shore.
Businesses in Five Towns Encouraged to Apply for Forgivable Loans After Cap Raised to $25,000 Per Business
ACTON — Acton Town Manager John Mangiaratti, Boxborough Town Administrator Ryan Fererra, Littleton Town Administrator Anthony Ansaldi, Maynard Town Administrator Gregory Johnson and Westford Town Manager Jodi Ross are pleased to announce that additional funding is now available for qualifying businesses through the five communities’ micro enterprise grant program that launched in January to support businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
BEVERLY– Airport Manager Gloria Bouillon reports there were no injuries after a student pilot swerved just off a runway earlier today.
BEVERLY– Airport Manager Gloria Bouillon wishes to provide the community with an update on the next steps for the airport’s new master plan.
BEVERLY– Airport Manager Gloria Bouillon announces public meetings will be held this week and next to gather community feedback on Beverly Regional Airport’s master plan.
BROOKLINE — First Light, Brookline’s traditional kick-off to the Holiday Season, will move online this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
BROOKLINE — Town Administrator Mel Kleckner announces that the Select Board has moved to reduce fees for certain business licenses and is permitting businesses to defer payment of those fees amid the COVID-19 pandemic.