MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson and the Maynard Public Health Staff report that the Town of Maynard is taking a number of steps to limit the spread of COVID-19, the illness associated with the novel coronavirus, which the World Health Organization declared this week to be a global pandemic and which spurred President Donald […]
MAYNARD — Police Chief Mark W. Dubois reports that the Maynard Police Department is actively investigating an armed robbery that took place this weekend. On Sunday, Sept. 15, police responded to the Corner Store on Walnut Street at approximately 9 p.m. for a report of an armed robbery. Upon arrival, police learned that a man […]
MAYNARD — Town Administrator Greg Johnson is pleased to report that the Town of Maynard has reached a settlement with the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards that will allow the town to focus its efforts on supporting the Maynard Public Schools and Maynard Department of Public Works in their ongoing efforts to remove asbestos and make necessary […]
MAYNARD — Superintendent of Schools Robert Gerardi announces that the Maynard Public Schools has launched a new initiative of public information and public input regarding the ongoing work and future of the Green Meadow Elementary School.
Chief Mark W. Dubois reports that increased police activity in Maynard on Thursday morning was due to an ongoing, multi-jurisdictional investigation that resulted in the arrest of two suspects and the recovery of at least one firearm. The home at 1 Acton Court remains secured at this time, as officers seek to follow proper procedures […]
MAYNARD — Superintendent Robert Gerardi announces that the Maynard Public School District will temporarily close a wing of the Green Meadow Elementary School for the remainder of the school year so that a licensed environmental contractor can completely remove old asbestos building materials. The work, which will start over February vacation and continue until the summertime, will require school […]