SHREWSBURY — Chief James Vuona is pleased to announce that the Shrewsbury Fire Department has been awarded an approximately $34,000 grant from the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program (CESFP).
WEYMOUTH– Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple and High School Principal Alan Strauss regret to inform the Weymouth High School community that the graduation ceremony scheduled for Friday, Aug. 7 has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
CANTON — Superintendent Jill Rossetti wishes to share the initial state guidelines from Gov. Charlie Baker and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) for the 2020-21 academic year, which will be modified as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
JGPR held a company wide conference call to discuss Coronavirus on February 29 before stay at home orders and mass shutdowns of businesses and schools. We knew this crisis was going to be different—not like a blizzard forecast or a distant buzz—and we were ready.
NEWBURYPORT — Mayor Donna Holaday and Director of Planning and Development Andy Port are pleased to announce the launch of a Rental Assistant Program, which will provide funds for residents who are unable to pay residential rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The program will provide assistance to those who have been […]
WAKEFIELD– Superintendent David DiBarri is pleased to share that a local restaurant has partnered with Northeast Metro Tech to prepare and deliver hot meals to students in need.
ROCHESTER, NH — Revolution Taproom & Grill may have temporarily closed its doors in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), but the eatery has taken the situation as an opportunity to support those in need.
NORWOOD — General Manager Tony Mazzucco and Health Director Sigalle Reiss wish to share information about Gov. Charlie Baker’s four-phase approach for reopening the state and the mandatory guidelines for businesses allowed to reopen over the next week.
NEWBURYPORT — As communities statewide await details on the reopening plan from Gov. Charlie Baker next week, municipal leaders budgeting for the coming fiscal year have been given a hefty task: funding an unpredictable future.
WEYMOUTH — Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple reports that the Weymouth School Committee met Thursday night to discuss a $2.2 million budget shortfall for the FY21 school year due to the COVID-19 health crisis and the potential closure of the Thomas V. Nash Jr. Primary School as a means to close the budget gap.