GLOUCESTER – Mayor Greg Verga and the Gloucester Health Department report that a vaccine clinic scheduled for Saturday is being postponed due to an expected winter storm.
GLOUCESTER – Mayor Greg Verga is pleased to share that the Gloucester Health Department is collaborating with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to offer a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for those ages 5 to 17 on Saturday.
City of Gloucester Announces Opening of PCR Testing Site for COVID-19 in Collaboration with Curative
Mayor Greg Verga is pleased to share that Curative, in collaboration with the Gloucester Health Department, has opened a COVID-19 testing site offering PCR tests for all ages at Stage Fort Park.
GLOUCESTER – As her time in the corner office draws to a close, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken is reflecting on the City’s successes and focusing on the people and organizations that exemplify the spirit of public service.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith reports that the Gloucester Fire Department extinguished a fire on a boat in dry storage at a marina today.
GLOUCESTER – Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and the City of Gloucester are pleased to announce that the City has been released from a Consent Decree it has operated under for the last three decades, achieving an important milestone for the City, community, and local environment.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Police Chief Edward Conley are pleased to invite the community to a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new mobile outreach bus that will help the police department’s Community Impact Unit with everything from mental health outreach to serving free ice cream to kids.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken is pleased to announce the city received low interest rate bids for over $35 million in bonds and notes this week after Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings reaffirmed the city’s AA bond credit rating.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to share that the Gloucester Firefighter Local 762 Union will be hosting a virtual 5K next month to raise money for Shriners Hospital for Children.
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.