GEORGETOWN – Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department wish to remind residents about the townwide speed limit reduction to 25 miles per hour.
MERRIMAC — General Manager Kenneth Lamb is pleased to announce the launch of a brand-new website for the Merrimac Municipal Light Department that will allow residents to access energy-related news, resources, forms and get in touch with the department.
GROVELAND — The Groveland Board of Health wishes to provide the community with an update regarding contact tracing efforts in town.
Town of Ipswich Encourages Residents to Sign Up for Smart911 Alerts for Latest COVID-19 Vaccination Updates
IPSWICH — While COVID-19 vaccinations for the general public will not be available until April at the earliest based on the state’s distribution plan, the Town of Ipswich encourages residents to sign up for Smart911 alerts for the latest updates about the process.
Dartmouth COVID-19 Response Team Shares Information Regarding State’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan
DARTMOUTH — Director of Public Health Christopher Michaud and the Dartmouth COVID-19 Response Team wish to share with the community information regarding the state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans.
STOW — Town Administrator Denise Dembkoski, the Stow Board of Selectmen and the Stow Police Department are pleased to announce that Michael Sallese has been selected to be the town’s new chief of police.
HINGHAM — The Hingham Health Department is pleased to report that first responders in the Town of Hingham received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination this week.
Towns of Hingham, Hull, Scituate and Cohasset Continue to Advocate for Transit Services as Schedule Changes Soon to Take Effect
SOUTH SHORE — The Towns of Hingham, Hull, Scituate and Cohasset continue to oppose cuts to transit service throughout the South Shore, as the MBTA announced this week that schedule changes will soon take effect.
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon report that Town Hall and the Council on Aging will temporarily close to the public and begin providing in-person services by appointment only next week due to a rise in cases of COVID-19 in the community.
Brookline Vaccine Update #1: Town of Brookline Begins Administering COVID-19 Vaccines to First Responders, Offers Resources for Residents to Stay Informed About Vaccine Distribution
BROOKLINE — Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett wish to provide Brookline residents with regular updates on the COVID-19 vaccine, including the latest information on its distribution within Brookline.