WRENTHAM — Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet, the Wrentham Board of Health, King Philip Superintendent Paul Zinni and Wrentham Public Schools Superintendent Allan Cameron report that the Town of Wrentham has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, and are urging the community to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance.
DUNSTABLE — Chief James Dow and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan report that the 15-year-old swimmer who was pulled from a local conservation pond in Dunstable has died.
DUNSTABLE — Chief James Dow reports that the 15-year-old swimmer missing at a local conservation pond has been located.
Update #5 (4:15 p.m.) Town of Norwood Provides Information on Storm Recovery Efforts and Hospital Update
NORWOOD — Town of Norwood officials would like to provide information on its storm recovery efforts and an update regarding Norwood Hospital.
Update #4 (7:45 p.m.) Town of Norwood Declares State of Emergency Following Sunday’s Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding
NORWOOD — General Manager Tony Mazzucco reports that the Town of Norwood has declared a State of Emergency following Sunday’s heavy rain and flash flooding.
Norwood Hospital Temporarily Closed. Town of Norwood officials would like to provide an update on the status of Norwood Hospital and remind area residents that if they are in medical distress they must call 911 or visit an Emergency Room at an alternate hospital in the region due to the temporary closure of the Norwood Hospital Emergency Room.
WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew wishes to provide an update to the community about the Pentucket Regional Middle-High School building project.
IPSWICH — Police Chief Paul A. Nikas would like to provide residents with an update on the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
LEBANON, Maine — The Lebanon Board of Selectmen is today providing an update on a series of actions taken to review and improve the Lebanon Fire and EMS Department.
HAMPTON — Superintendent Kathleen Murphy wishes to provide an update on Hampton School District’s remote learning plans in light of the recent extension of school closures through May 4 in response to the novel coronavirus.