MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Health Director Karen Walega announce that, per order by the Marion Board of Health, the Town of Marion is closing all parking lots associated with beach parking as an additional step to encourage social distancing during COVID-19.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Town Administrator Brian S. Noble and Town Clerk Susan Gillpatrick announce that the Board of Selectmen has voted to postpone the annual Town Election from April 11 to Saturday, June 6 in response to COVID-19.
EASTON — Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy and Town Administrator Connor Read wish to provide regular updates to the community regarding the Town’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic as officials continue to monitor the crisis locally and nationally.
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith wishes to provide residents with guidance for social distancing and remind the public that social distancing guidelines have been extended until May 4, per Governor Baker’s orders.
STONEHAM — Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Health Agent John Fralick wish to provide residents with guidance for social distancing and to remind the public that social distancing guidelines have been extended through the month of April, per federal orders.
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes and Health Officer Robert Buker wish to provide the community with regular updates about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as officials continue to monitor the situation locally and nationally.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Health Director Karen Walega confirm that the Town of Marion has been notified by Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) officials of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in town.
WHITMAN — Town Administrator Frank Lynam, in conjunction with the Whitman Board of Health, would like to remind all residents that social distancing guidelines have been extended through the month of April, per federal orders.
WOBURN — Mayor Scott Galvin issues the following statement.
GROVELAND — Town of Groveland officials report that the Town has received notification from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) of six additional positive cases of COVID-19, the illness associated with the novel coronavirus.