Dr. Matilde "Mattie" Castiel, MD, Commissioner
The City of Worcester’s Department of Public Works & Parks has contracted for the application of copper sulfate to Indian Lake and Coes Pond on Thursday, July 22.
Posted: Wednesday 07/21/21
The City of Worcester announces the Worcester Parks Summer Fitness Series, a 15-week program presented by the Department of Health and Human Services and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, in partnership with YWCA Central Massachusetts.
Posted: Monday 07/19/21
In line with a commitment from City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr. to implement a Police Body Camera Program, the City of Worcester’s Human Rights Commission will conduct listening sessions in each of the City’s five City Council districts to discuss what that program will entail.
Posted: Tuesday 07/13/21
Vaccines are available regardless of valid ID, immigration status or insurance. To learn more about upcoming clinics, please visit http://www.worcesterma.gov/coronavirus/vaccination.
Posted: Wednesday 07/14/21 10:18 AM
Swimming is an excellent way of getting physical activity and health benefits required for a healthier lifestyle. As such, the City of Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks has partnered with the American Red Cross of Massachusetts to offer swimming and water safety...
Posted: Friday 07/09/21 11:25 AM
Vaccines are like opinions, everyone should have one. Don't forget to join us this week again at the Worcester Public Library.
Posted: Monday 06/21/21 12:14 PM
Doses of Pfizer were administered today through the Equity walk-in clinic at Sullivan Middle School. To get more information about upcoming clinics, please don't forget to visit http://www.worcesterma.gov/coronavirus/vaccination
Posted: Thursday 06/17/21 6:18 PM
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