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  1. 629 Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19 in the Town of Shrewsbury since January 7, 2022

    Six hundred and twenty nine (629) Additional Positive Cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the Town of Shrewsbury since January 7, 2022, bringing the cumulative total to 6,084. Read on...
  2. COVID-19 Related BOH Executive Orders Effective October 12, 2021

    Date of Record: 10-05-21 - The Shrewsbury Board of Health voted to approve three Executive Orders related to COVID-19 that became effective on October 12, 2021. These orders will remain in effect until further notice. Read on...
  3. Effective January 10, 2022 Town Hall Open by Appointment Only

    Effective Monday January 10, 2022 through at least January 28, 2022, the Town Hall will be open to the public by appointment only. Read on...
  4. FREE COVID-19 Testing: UMass Memorial Health

    UMass Memorial Health located at Mercantile Center, 201 Commercial Street in Worcester is offering FREE COVID-19 Testing on select dates in January 2022. No appointment is necessary. Please read on for more information. Read on...
  5. COVID-19 Positive Via At-Home Test Guidance for the General Public

    Guidance for the General Public: Covid-19 Positive Via At-Home Test. Read on for details. COVID-19 Positive Via At-Home Test Guidance for GP
  6. FREE COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

    Looking for a Vaccination or Booster Shot? The City of Worcester is offering FREE COVID-19 Vaccinations or Booster Shots in select locations in January for ages 5+. Please read on for details. Read on...
  7. Online & Credit Card Payments Now Accepted at Town Clerk's Office

    The Town Clerk's Office is now pleased to accept online and credit card payments! Read on...
  8. 2022 Town of Shrewsbury Scholarship Applications Now Available

    Applications are now available for the 2022 Town of Shrewsbury scholarships. Read on...
  9. Baker-Polito Administration - Press Release 01-11-22

    Date of Record: 01-11-22 - The Baker-Polito Administration announced that an order was placed to supply the state with 26 million rapid antigen tests over the next 3 months. The tests will be prioritized to support K-12 schools and childcare settings. Read on...
  10. Vacancy Notice: Council on Aging

    The Town Manager is seeking one qualified individual interested in filling a vacant seat on the Council on Aging. Read on...
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