By SHANE RHODES | email@example.com | Lowell Sun PUBLISHED: July 4, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. | UPDATED: July 4, 2022 at 3:31 p.m. LEOMINSTER — The Disabled American Veterans of Massachusetts recently recognized state Sen. John Cronin, D–Lunenburg, as Legislator of the Year. Cronin, a former infantry officer and combat veteran, was celebrated for his work on various legislative efforts focused on veterans’ affairs. He was recognized at the DAV’s yearly state convention at Doubletree Hotel in Leominster
As we approach the start of summertime, and many youth workers are beginning their job search, the Attorney General’s Office wants to remind teen workers of their rights and obligations according to MA workers’ rights laws.Massachusetts child labor laws provide additional protections for workers under the age of 18. All employees under the age of 18 must obtain a permit to work from the Department of labor Standard website or click HERE for a complete guide on how to obtain your work permit. These
Fidelity Bank announces 2022 Economic Forecast survey is now openAnnual survey will offer economic forecast insights from business owners, consumers (Leominster, Mass.)—Fidelity Bank today announced its 2022 Economic Forecast survey is now open for business leaders and consumers to provide their thoughts on the current state and regional economy over the next 12 months, and how the region fared over the past year as recovery from the pandemic continued in earnest. Sponsored by Fidelity Bank and
Dear Employer: As a reminder, under the terms of Chapter 16 of the Acts of 2021 (An Act Providing for Massachusetts COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave), effective May 28, 2021, employers are required to make paid leave time available to employees for certain reasons related to COVID-19. Last week, an e-mail was sent out with preliminary guidance related to this new law. As a follow-up, we wanted to provide a link to the newly created COVID-19 Sick Leave website, which will be the best source for
Baker-Polito Administration to Lift COVID Restrictions May 29, State to Meet Vaccination Goal by Beginning of June
Baker-Polito Administration to Lift COVID Restrictions May 29, State to Meet Vaccination Goal by Beginning of JuneCommonwealth Will Adopt CDC Face Covering Guidance BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that the Commonwealth is on track to meet the goal of vaccinating 4.1 million residents by the first week of June and all remaining COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted effective May 29. The Commonwealth’s face covering order will also be rescinded on May 29. The Department of Public
Baker-Polito Administration Announces Transition to Phase IV of Reopening PlanMassachusetts will advance to Step 1 of Phase IV on March 22; Replaces Travel Order with Travel Advisory BOSTON — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts will advance to Step 1 of Phase IV of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan on Monday, March 22. The Administration continues to take steps to reopen the Commonwealth's economy with public health metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction.