CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to provide residents with a list of available COVID-19 testing sites in the surrounding area.
GEORGETOWN — Health Agent Deb Rogers and Police Chief and Emergency Management Director Donald Cudmore wish to remind residents of health guidelines recommended by the Massachusetts Department of Health (DPH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) following a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in town. Town officials are urging residents to continue […]
BOXBOROUGH — Town Administrator Ryan Ferrara would like to invite community members to attend a free regional face mask distribution this Saturday.
TAUNTON — Police Chief Edward J. Walsh and Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw are pleased to announce that the Taunton Police and Fire Departments received a donation of KN95 masks from a local business on Wednesday.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Selectmen would like to provide residents with several important details about the upcoming Annual Town Meeting and Town Election, and the new procedures that will be implemented to help protect the health of residents who attend.
MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson would like to thank Makers Workshop for their generous donation of 3-D printed face shields to the Town of Maynard.
TAUNTON — Chief Edward J. Walsh is pleased to announce that the Taunton Police Department received a donation of face shields from John Deere today.
HOLBROOK — Chief of Police and Emergency Management Director William J. Smith wishes to inform residents how the department is approaching the governor’s statewide order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings to be worn in public.
STONEHAM — Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Health Agent John Fralick announce that the Board of Health will host a drive-through mask distribution event this weekend.
Whitman Board of Health Requires Employees, Customers to Wear Face Coverings at Essential Businesses
WHITMAN — The Whitman Board of Health has issued an order requiring all essential businesses to require their employees and customers to wear face coverings to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 as the number of cases continues to rise in town.