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NEW VIRUS CASES, DEATHS REPORTED ACROSS NORTH SHORE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 28, 2021

New coronavirus cases and additional deaths were reported across the North Shore on Thursday.

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LYNN REPEALS ROLLBACK, LIFTS RESTRICTIONS ON BUSINESSES

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 26, 2021

LYNN — Mayor Thomas M. McGee announced Tuesday that Lynn will return to Phase 3, Step 1 of the state’s reopening plan on Feb. 1 following two weeks of declining coronavirus case numbers in the city.

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LYNN REPORTS NEW VIRUS CASES, FOUR ADDITIONAL DEATHS

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 25, 2021

Lynn reported another coronavirus case spike and four additional deaths Monday.

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MARBLEHEAD OUT, BUT EIGHT LOCAL COMMUNITIES REMAIN IN THE RED

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 22, 2021

Marblehead is out of the red this week, but eight other local North Shore communities are still designated as having a high risk for coronavirus spread.

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LYNN REPORTS TRIPLE-DIGIT COVID CASE SPIKE, DEATHS REPORTED IN REVERE, SAUGUS

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 21, 2021

Following two days of reporting fewer than 100 new coronavirus cases, Lynn was back to reporting a triple-digit case increase on Thursday.

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VIRUS CASES CONTINUE TO MOUNT IN LYNN, REVERE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 19, 2021

Coronavirus cases continue to climb in Lynn and Revere, which each reported an additional spike on Tuesday,

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NINE NORTH SHORE COMMUNITIES IN COVID RED

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 15, 2021

Nine local North Shore communities are in the red this week as the state’s post-holiday surge in coronavirus cases continues.

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LYNN LAWMAKERS SAY $627 MILLION ECONOMIC RECOVERY BILL WILL PROVIDE ‘MUCH-NEEDED’ RELIEF

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 18, 2021

BOSTON — Lynn legislators are praising the state’s newly passed economic development bill, which will provide $627 million of coronavirus relief for small businesses, workers and housing development.

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VIRUS CASE SPIKES, DEATHS REPORTED IN LYNN AND REVERE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 14, 2021

Lynn and Revere reported another spike in coronavirus cases and additional deaths on Thursday.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS, NEWS SAUGUS HIRES SECOND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE TO HELP FIGHT RISING COVID CASES

BY ELYSE CARMOSINO| January 14, 2021

SAUGUS — Teresa R. Riley-Singh has been appointed Saugus’ second public health nurse to assist the town’s efforts in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, Town Manager Scott Crabtree announced this week.

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