WRENTHAM — Principal Lisa Mobley and Fine Arts Teacher Shannon Cress are pleased to announce that, for the eighth year in a row, King Philip Regional High School students participated in the Memory Project, creating portraits for disadvantaged children around the world.
Town of Easton Confirms National Guard Mobilization at Southeast Rehabilitation & Skilled Care Center
EASTON — Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy and Town Administrator Connor Read confirm that the Massachusetts National Guard, as part of a new Massachusetts Department of Public Health pilot program which deploys tactical medical support for testing to long-term care facilities in the Commonwealth, will mobilize and respond to the Southeast Rehabilitation & Skilled Care Center today.
City of Rochester Launches New ‘Good To Go’ Campaign to Support Local Restaurants During Social Distancing Efforts
ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox and Director of Economic Development Michael Scala are pleased to announce the city is launching a new campaign to support local restaurants while they are only able to provide takeout and delivery services.
City of Gloucester Reminds Residents That Social Distancing Guidelines Are Extended Until at Least May 4
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll would like to remind all residents that social distancing guidelines have been extended through the month of April, per federal and state orders.
LITTLETON — Chair of the Board of Selectmen Joseph Knox, Town Administrator Nina Nazarian, Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski and Police Chief Matthew Pinard issue the following statement after developments Thursday afternoon regarding the situation at Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley. “First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those lost […]
*Update #16* (6:25 p.m., 4/2/20) Brookline First Responders Receive Donated Personal Protection Equipment, Plus Updates for The RIDE Users and Veterans
There are now 57 positive cases of COVID-19 among residents in Brookline, according to the Department of Brookline Public Health, as well as three cases among non-resident employees of the town.