ARLINGTON – Chief Julie Flaherty and Director of Health and Human Services Christine Bongiorno wish to make residents aware of a recent positive test for rabies in a raccoon after a young child was attacked by the animal earlier this week.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll report that the City of Gloucester has partnered with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) to provide additional free COVID-19 testing next week following a rise in positive cases in the community.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley would like to share safety tips for trick-or-treating and alternative Halloween activities to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Norfolk Public Schools Increases Focus on Social-Emotional Learning, Student Well-Being Amid COVID-19
NORFOLK — Superintendent Dr. Ingrid Allardi and Director of Curriculum Victoria Saldana are pleased to announce that amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Norfolk Public Schools has increased its emphasis on social-emotional learning and student well-being within the district’s curriculum and programs.
ConVal Provides Update on Outdoor Learning After Tent Vendor Removes Rented Tents Without Authorization
PETERBOROUGH — Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunders wishes to provide an update on the district’s in-person learning plans as the situation related to its outdoor tents continues to evolve.
NEW LONDON — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg and Principal Christine Downing are pleased to announce that Sutton Central Elementary School families were able to get a glimpse of a day in their students’ lives during a series of virtual Open Houses this week.