WOBURN — Mayor Scott Galvin, Health Agent John R. Fralick and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Matthew Crowley are pleased to announce that the City will be partnering with Mass General Brigham to offer first dose COVID-19 vaccination clinics for Woburn Public School students ages 12 and older.
NEWBURYPORT — Thanks in no small part to an extremely dedicated group of municipal managers, fire chiefs, public health directors, nurses and a corps of volunteers from the community, the “new normal” will feel a bit more like the pre-COVID “old normal.” After five months, multiple locations and nearly 27,000 shots in arms, the Lower […]
540 Kids Age 12-15 Receive COVID-19 Vaccine on First Eligible Weekend at the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative Clinic
NEWBURYPORT — For the first time this past weekend, patients at the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative vaccine clinic included those who aren’t yet old enough to drive themselves to their appointment.
AVON — Town Administrator Gregory S. Enos is pleased to report that the Town of Avon will be implementing its reopening plan for certain town buildings on Wednesday, May 19, as cases of COVID-19 continue to drop within the community and in surrounding areas.
Monadnock Regional Middle High School to Transition to Remote Learning for Two Days Following Positive COVID-19 Cases
SWANZEY — Superintendent Lisa A. Witte reports that the Monadnock Regional Middle High School will transition to fully remote learning for the next two days for grade 7-12 students following news of multiple COVID-19 cases.
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.
BROOKLINE – The Town of Brookline announces that work at its dedicated vaccine call center has concluded, though residents will still have an opportunity to have questions answered by staff or obtain help with getting vaccinated.
Taunton High School Juniors and Seniors Continue to Pursue Post-Secondary Education Despite Ongoing Pandemic
TAUNTON — Superintendent John Cabral is pleased to share that despite the ongoing pandemic, Taunton High School juniors and seniors have continued to persist throughout their college prep in pursuit of post-secondary education.
Medway High School, WeSTEM Club Adapts Annual STEM Fair to Provide Virtual and In-Person Experiences
MEDWAY — Principal John Murray and WeSTEM club advisers Shanley Heller and Kristy Macedo are pleased to announce that the Medway High School WeSTEM club recently held its annual STEM fair.
BROOKLINE – Public Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett would like to inform residents that the Town of Brookline’s Advisory Council on Public Health will convene to review and potentially recommend revising Brookline’s outdoor face covering mandate.