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Massachusetts receives approval for the Hynes Convention Center to be designated as mass vaccination site

“The federal/state partnership launches this week with FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency and other federal partners and will bring 6,000 additional daily vaccine doses to Massachusetts and will help reinforce the Commonwealth’s focus on vaccine access and equity. Yesterday MEMA Director Samantha Phillips joined Governor Baker, Lt. Governor Polito, Secretary …

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New Bedford establishes waterfront vaccination center for essential seafood industry workers

Mayor Jon Mitchell, joined by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, Congressman Bill Keating, and members of the City Council and state legislative delegation, announced today that the City of New Bedford has established a waterfront vaccination center to vaccinate essential seafood industry workers. The site is located at the former Environmental …

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Bristol County Savings Bank grants $100,000 to nine New Bedford, Fall River and R.I. non-profits impacted by COVID-19

Bristol County Savings Bank, utilizing funding obtained through Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLBank) Boston’s Jobs for New England Recovery Grant Program, has awarded a total of $100,000 to nine non-profit organizations within the communities the Bank serves that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. As an FHLBank Boston member …

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Massachusetts education officials will force districts to bring students back into the classroom next month

As posted on the the MA DOE Website: News from Commissioner Jeffrey C. Riley & the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Guidance on In-Person Learning Requirements Dear Superintendents, Charter School Leaders, and Leaders of Collaboratives, On March 5, 2021, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education adopted amendments …

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