DEDHAM — Town Manager Leon Goodwin and Dedham Board of Health Chairwoman Leanne Jasset are pleased to share that the town of Dedham is now designated “Yellow,” indicating its rate of positive COVID-19 tests has fallen. However, the leaders urge extreme caution and continued vigilance to continue to stop the spread of coronavirus.
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet is urging the community to follow prevention guidance from the Board of Health and State Department of Public Health as the Town continues to monitor positive current COVID-19 cases.
COHASSET– Police Chief William Quigley and the Cohasset Police Department announce that their seasonal summertime police officers will continue their duties into the fall.
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.
HULL — Superintendent Judith Kuehn is pleased to report that the Hull Public Schools has released a video message from the nurses in each of the district’s three schools.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni, King Philip DECA Marketing Coordinator James Dow and King Philip DECA Vice President of Marketing Riley Abrams are pleased to share an update on the new year for King Philip Regional High School DECA.
North Middlesex Regional School District Reports Positive Case of COVID-19 at Nissitissit Middle School
TOWNSEND — Superintendent Brad Morgan reports that a student at Nissitissit Middle School in Pepperell has tested positive for COVID-19.
Kearsarge Regional School District Reports Positive COVID-19 Case in Student at Kearsarge Regional Middle School
NEW LONDON, N.H. — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg reports that a student at Kearsarge Regional Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19.
HULL — Superintendent Judith Kuehn reports that a student at Hull High School has tested positive for COVID-19.
BROOKLINE — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director John Sullivan is pleased to announce that Cheryl Anne Snyder is the Town of Brookline’s new Emergency Management Coordinator.