Williams College Sees 'Uptick' in COVID-19 Among Students
All six of the students who have tested positive are currently in isolation, and 59 more students are in quarantine as a result of contact tracing, the email notes.
Six Running for Two Seats on Williamstown Select Board
Town Manager Jason Hoch Monday noted that the application for a mail-in ballot is available on the town's website. The May election will be held under the commonwealth's current rule allowing no-excuse mail-in voting. Hoch said ballots cannot go to the printer until after the April 8 deadline for candidates to withdraw their names, which means the town likely will have ballots back and ready to begin mailing to those who have requested them on or about April 23.
Williamstown ZBA Hearing Another Application to Build Cell Tower
The ZBA continued Thursday's hearing to a site visit on March 24 (rain date March 31) at 9 a.m., when Evolution will conduct the balloon test called for in the town's bylaw so board members can assess the visual impact of the proposed tower. No decision on the application is expected until at least the board's April 15 meeting.
Local Appointments for Vaccines Open at 6 p.m. Tuesday
The openings will be for two distinct clinics. One is for teachers, child-care workers and school staff, who became eligible for vaccines this month.
Debate on Safety of In-Person Learning 'Pretty Much 0ver
His administration's instructions to bring elementary schoolers back by April 5 and middle schoolers back by April 28 is realistic, Baker said in an interview with CBS Boston's Jon Keller that aired Sunday.
New Recovery Home Tackles Addiction and Mental Health In NA
After a work injury more than a decade ago, Felix began taking painkillers. Like 1 in 10 people prescribed the drugs, he developed an opioid use disorder.