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Senator Fattman announces passage of unemployment bill

BOSTON State Senator Ryan Fattman (R-Sutton) has announced that the Senate enacted – and Governor Baker signed –an unemployment insurance bill. The legislation waives the one-week waiting period claimants must follow when filing for unemployment benefits. This allows people affected by COVID-19 related layoffs to file for unemployment immediately, providing relief for individuals and families s... Read More

Sutton Garden Club cancellation: April 21 Meeting/Program

We are cancelling the April 21st Meeting/Program featuring Karen Bussolini talking about “Jazzing Up the Garden with Color, Contrast and Movement” due to the Coronavirus.
We hope to reschedule this program at a later date in conjunction with the Grafton Garden Club. Updates are posted on our website and our Facebook page.
 

Stay Safe: Simon Fairfield Public Library, Douglas

  

Effective immediately, the Library is closed to the public. If you have holds on the shelf or expressed an interest in an e-reader yesterday, we will be contacting you to arrange pickup. We will also pull holds one last time at 11:00am to capture holds placed up to that point. After that, all non-digital activity is suspended until further notice.
 
If you ha... Read More

Whitin Community Center Closing update

Dear Members, Guests, Parents, and Guardians,

Given that the Whitin Community Center suddenly had to close the fitness side of our organization yesterday, we have received some questions about what we are doing regarding crediting accounts, providing refunds, freezing memberships, and childcare payments. Please see below the decisions made by our team to support our community.

All memberships will be pla... Read More

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park: New date for 46th Annual Liquid Death Icebreaker Weekend

Thompson, CT. -- After conversations with all stakeholders, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park announced on Tuesday the new date for the 46th annual Liquid Death Icebreaker weekend. The prestigious event is now tentatively set to take place May 15-16, including the headlining NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Death To Plastic 150.  

Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, the date is tentative, as the situation... Read More

Concerning COVID-19 & Golfer Safety

To all Passholders, Guests, and Staff:

In light of COVID-19, we would like to address some changes being made to keep the golf course and facility as safe as possible. First, due to government regulations the restaurant and bar will remain closed for the time being. 

When the golf course opens new policies and procedures will be implemented immediately. All golf cars, pro shop high-touch areas, restrooms... Read More

Webster town departments temporarily closed to the public

All Town buildings and Departments, with the exception of the Police Department, are closed to the public through Sunday, April 5th and reopening Monday, April 6th. Staff is available via phone, email and website comment forms. Sign up for Alerts (Notify Me) to receive up to date information. Please visit the School Department and Library websites for more information about their operations and opening dates.

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Businesses Suffering Economic Injury as a Result of the Corona Virus

Good morning partners and friends,

The MA Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and Baker-Polito Administration are working closely with the U.S. SBA to activate the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program which would provide assistance to eligible businesses and non-profits impacted by COVID-19.

The 1st step in this process is to meet a minimum thr... Read More

Whitin Community Center cancellation

FREE Kids Fair & Eggstravagazna that was to be held on April 4th. With the current state of the bans prohibiting gatherings of more than 25 people, we have cancelled the Kids Fair & Eggstravaganza. We apologize for any convenience this may have caused and thank you for your attention to this matter. 

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