COHASSET — Town Manager Christopher Senior and Cohasset Elder Affairs Director Nancy Lafauce are pleased to report that a special virtual presentation will be held in collaboration with Paul Pratt Memorial Library later this month.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Director of Library Services Christopher McGee announces that the East Bridgewater Public Library’s Board of Library Trustees has voted to withdraw its application for a state grant to renovate and expand the library.
BRIDGEWATER — Town Manager Michael Dutton, Health Agent Eric Badger and Library Director Jed Phillips are pleased to announce that the Bridgewater Public Library will resume its curbside operations on Monday morning, Oct. 5 after two employees tested negative for COVID-19.
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator Kevin Sweet would like to provide the following constituent services update for the Town of Wrentham in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to promote the practice of social distancing.
GROVELAND — Finance and Personnel Director Denise Dembkoski, Police Chief Jeffrey Gillen and Library Director Darcy Lepore are pleased to invite members of the community to Vehicle Night next week.
COHASSET — Superintendent Louise Demas and the Cohasset Education Foundation (CEF) are pleased to announce that the CEF has been awarded the Massachusetts School Library Association’s (MSLA) 2019 Parents as Library Supporters (PALS) award.
STONEHAM – Members of the Stoneham Fire Department, Senior Center and Board of Health would like to invite seniors to attend one of two fire and fall prevention presentations that will be held next month through the National Fire Protection Association.
READING — The following is a statement from Reading Public Library Board of Trustees Chair John Brzezenski and Library Director Amy Lannon regarding an incident where a swastika was found in the library yesterday: “On Thursday, October 26, Reading Public Library personnel located a swastika drawn on furniture inside the building and immediately reported […]
CARLISLE – Chief John Fisher reports that the Carlisle Police Department responded to the Gleason Public Library this morning after multiple live antique military shells were found in a closet.
ROCKPORT — Chief John Horvath is pleased to announce that the Rockport Police Department, in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Rockport, will host another free Child Identification Kit event next week.