HOPKINTON — Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Director of Hopkinton Youth & Family Services Dawn Alcott are pleased to announce that Hopkinton’s Youth & Family Services department is now accepting grant applications from Hopkinton residents disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative Offers Update on Vaccine Availability
The Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative wishes to share the following information about COVID-19 vaccinations and changes to regional clinics.
Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative Facilitator Recognized as Commonwealth Heroine
The Greater Cape Ann Community Collaborative (GCACC) is proud to announce that Rachel Lee, a facilitator for the collaborative, has been recognized as a Commonwealth Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.
Town of Ipswich Shares Information on Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccinations
IPSWICH – Interim Town Manager Mary Gallivan and Public Health Director Colleen Fermon wish to share information on new guidelines regarding COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5 and under.
Town of Brookline Launches New COVID-19 Data Portal
BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss is pleased to announce that the Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services has launched a new COVID-19 data portal and information Hub.
MOEC Recognizes Collaborative Nurses on 2022 School Nurse Day
The Massachusetts Organization of Educational Collaboratives (MOEC) wishes to thank and recognize school nurses across its 25 collaboratives as part of School Nurse Day.
Town of Littleton, Littleton Board of Health Share New COVID-19 Data, Urge Mitigation Strategies
LITTLETON – The Town of Littleton and Littleton Board of Health wish to inform the community about a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in the state, and share mitigation strategies to curtail the virus’s spread.
Town of Brookline Provides Update on American Rescue Plan Funding Process and Public Engagement
BROOKLINE – Co-Chairs Miriam Aschkenasy and John VanScoyoc announce that the committee charged with making recommendations on how millions in federal aid is spent to benefit the Town of Brookline and its residents has begun reviewing proposals.
Town of Swansea Makes Masking Optional in Municipal Buildings
SWANSEA — The Swansea Board of Selectmen, together with Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein and the COVID Task Force, announce that the Town of Swansea has lifted its indoor mask policy for municipal buildings.
Town of Brookline Ends Vaccine Requirement at Businesses
BROOKLINE — Acting Health Commissioner Patrick Maloney announces that the Town of Brookline is ending its requirement that certain businesses must verify patrons’ COVID-19 vaccination status, effective immediately.