MERRIMAC — The Town of Merrimac urges residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community remains at high risk for the disease.
STOW — Town Administrator Denise Dembkoski urges residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community reaches a high risk designation for the disease.
GEORGETOWN — Health Agent Deb Rogers and the Town of Georgetown urge residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community remains at high risk for the disease.
Dighton Police Department Reminds Residents Public Access to Police Station is Limited as Precaution Against COVID-19
DIGHTON — Chief Robert MacDonald would like to remind residents that the Dighton Police station remains closed to the public as a precautionary measure against COVID-19.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Fire Chief Eric Smith wish to share information for those who would like to volunteer to support future COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
The following is a statement from Superintendent Justin Bartholomew regarding the School Committee’s vote tonight to transition Cohorts A and B of the Bagnall Elementary School to fully remote learning.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Timothy Harhen and Susan Mulloy of the East Bridgewater Board of Health would like to inform the East Bridgewater community that COVID-19 tests will be available this coming weekend to anyone who would like to be tested.
DIGHTON — Amid the holiday season, the Dighton Board of Selectmen wishes to share their gratitude for the significant outpouring of support the town has received from community members throughout the last year.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Caroll report that new, temporary measures are being put in place by the state beginning this weekend to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
EASTON — Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy and Town Administrator Connor Read urge residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the Easton community remains at high risk for the disease, and to review the state’s health and safety guidance as they finalize plans and prepare for their holiday celebrations this year.