STOW — Town Administrator Denise Dembkoski would like to announce that the Nashoba Associated Boards of Health will hold flu clinics in the Town of Stow on Oct. 16, and around the region during the month of October.
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Public Health Director Colleen Fermon would like to inform residents that the town will be taking immediate action after two pools of mosquitos in the area of Heartbreak Road tested positive for West Nile Virus.
ARLINGTON — Public Health Director Natasha Waden announces that the Town of Arlington is now considered at high risk for West Nile Virus (WNV), and offers community members important safety tips to prevent mosquito bites and avoid mosquito-borne diseases.
WINTHROP – Interim Town Manager Terence Delehanty and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley announce that the Town of Winthrop is now considered at high risk for West Nile Virus, and offer community members of important safety tips to prevent mosquito bites and avoid mosquito-borne diseases.
Norfolk County-8 Public Health Coalition Awarded Public Health Excellence Award, Town of Norwood to Serve as Fiscal Agent
NORWOOD — Superintendent of Public Health Sigalle Reiss is pleased to share that the Norfolk County-8 (NC-8) has been awarded a grant by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) as part of the Public Health Excellence Grant Program for Shared Services.
Middleborough Officials Urge Continued Vigilance After Town’s Active COVID-19 Case Count Doubles Over the Weekend
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes and the Middleborough Board of Health are urging residents to closely follow COVID-19 prevention guidelines after active COVID-19 cases in town doubled over the weekend.
GLOUCESTER — Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Cape Ann Mass in Motion Grant Coordinator Jennifer Donnelly wish to share road safety tips as part of a broader effort to promote pedestrian, cycling and motor vehicle safety.
SeniorCare Inc. Collaborates with Gloucester Health Department, Council on Aging to Donate Fresh Produce to Local Older Adults
GLOUCESTER — Public Health Director Karin Carroll is pleased to share that several local groups including the Gloucester Health Department and Gloucester Council on Aging recently collaborated with SeniorCare, Inc. to provide and deliver fresh, local produce to older adults.
Ipswich Public Health Department Reminds Residents to Wear Face Coverings Amid “Mask up MA!” Campaign
IPSWICH — Town Manager Tony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon wish to provide residents with information on Gov. Charlie Baker’s ‘Mask Up MA!’ campaign and to remind them of the importance of wearing masks.
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon would like to provide residents with safety tips to prevent the transmission of the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus during the warmest summer months.