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BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 28, 2021
New coronavirus cases and additional deaths were reported across the North Shore on Thursday.
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.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 25, 2021
Lynn reported another coronavirus case spike and four additional deaths Monday.
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.
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.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 19, 2021
Coronavirus cases continue to climb in Lynn and Revere, which each reported an additional spike on Tuesday,
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.
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.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 14, 2021
Lynn and Revere reported another spike in coronavirus cases and additional deaths on Thursday.
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.