MARION — Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department has received a federal grant to purchase new equipment to help firefighters in their duties.
MARION — Chief Brian Jackvony reports that the Marion Fire Department rescued a horse and mule that were submerged in mud over the weekend.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Selectmen announce that a virtual pre-Town Meeting event will be held for residents prior to the Annual Town Meeting.
Marion Council on Aging Shares Plans to Resume Transportation Services, Available Community Food Resources
MARION — Marion Council on Aging (COA) Director Karen Gregory is pleased to share that the COA will begin to resume offering limited services to residents as the state begins to see a decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Town Clerk Elizabeth Magauran wish to encourage residents to vote early in the Marion Town Election and would like to provide information regarding how residents’ mailed-in votes are safeguarded.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Health Director Karen Walega would like to provide guidance for Marion employers regarding business operations and resources during the COVID-19 situation.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail wishes to provide residents with the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as federal and state officials continue to monitor the virus domestically and internationally.
MARION — No Confirmed or Suspected Cases in Marion. Town Administrator James McGrail reports that the Town of Marion has created a COVID-19 Command Team to evaluate town procedures and discuss precautionary measures for the respiratory disease COVID-19, or the “coronavirus.”
Old Rochester Students, Staff Asked to Stay Home for Remainder of this Week Following Recent Travel to Italy
MARION — Superintendent Douglas White and Old Rochester Regional High School Principal Michael Devoll report that a group of students and staff have been asked to stay home for the remainder of this week after recently traveling to Italy.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail, the Marion Board of Selectmen and the Marion Board of Health would like to provide Marion residents with some important tips and information about the respiratory disease COVID-19, or the “coronavirus.”