GLOUCESTER — Mayor Greg Verga and Harbormaster Thomas Ciarametaro would like to remind community members who use public boat landings in the City of Gloucester of regulations regarding the launches, which are meant to facilitate access for all who need them.
GLOUCESTER – Mayor Greg Verga and the City of Gloucester announce updated water conservation and restriction measures due to drought conditions.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Greg Verga and Fire Chief Eric Smith would like to provide an update on the City of Gloucester’s response to a mechanical failure at a wind turbine in the Blackburn Industrial Park on Sunday morning.
City of Gloucester and Gloucester Fire Department Respond to Wind Turbine Failure and Share Road Closure
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Greg Verga and Fire Chief Eric Smith report that the City of Gloucester and multiple city agencies responded to a mechanical failure at a wind turbine Sunday morning.
Gloucester Health Department and Cape Ann Mass in Motion Share Resources for Families Seeking Baby Formula
GLOUCESTER – Public Health Director Max Schenk and Cape Ann Mass In Motion Grant Coordinator Jennifer Donnelly would like to share information about resources and organizations that may help parents amid the ongoing infant formula shortage.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Greg Verga and Fire Chief Eric Smith report that multiple agencies within the City of Gloucester responded to a roof collapse in a vacant building on Commercial Street on Wednesday.
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken is pleased to share that the Gloucester Health Department is collaborating with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to offer a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday.
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken is pleased to share with the community that two COVID-19 vaccination clinics are scheduled to be held in the City of Gloucester, with both clinics offering vaccines for children ages 5 to 11.
GLOUCESTER — Following a recent uptick in positive COVID-19 cases in the community, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll are urging residents to continue practicing public health guidance to stop the spread.
GLOUCESTER– Public Health Director Karin Carroll and the Gloucester Health Department wish to provide the community with an update about the state’s homebound vaccination program, which launched this week.