ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox and Mayor Caroline McCarley wish to provide the community with regular updates about the town’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency. There remains no shortage of food or groceries in the region. Many of Rochester’s restaurants remain open for takeout, drive-thru, and delivery services. The following is a list […]
Mayor of Gloucester, Board of Health Issue Emergency Order for Personal Care Businesses to Close by Sunday, March 22
GLOUCESTER – In an effort to expand and continue the practice of social distancing in Gloucester, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Emergency Management Director and Assistant Fire Chief Joe Aiello announce that an emergency order has been issued for all personal care businesses in the city to close on Sunday, March 22.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to announce that construction for the Pentucket Regional Middle-High School building is set to begin this spring.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to share that several students recently placed at the District 3 DECA Competition.
ROCHESTER — Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Blaine Cox are pleased to announce that the City of Rochester has awarded a $45,000 JOB Loan to support the launch of a local brewery.
ROCHESTER — Residents looking to have curtains made, a jacket tailored or a hem repaired need look no further– a new business in Rochester will provide a local destination for sewing and alterations needs of all kinds.
GROVELAND — Town Planner Rebecca Oldham is pleased to share that the Town of Groveland is encouraging residents to participate in a survey on the current economic condition of Elm Square.
ANDOVER — The Town of Andover continuously seeks to provide residents and business owners with key updates regarding the ongoing recovery and restoration efforts following the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency.
Since the first hours of the gas emergency, Andover’s business liaisons have been working to ensure that businesses and restaurants are not left behind.
At Collec-tiques — 56 N. Main St. in downtown Rochester — Saxby buys, sells and trades antiques and unique items of all kinds, specializing in vintage video games ranging from the original Nintendo console to modern systems.