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The community-led projects focus on childcare, housing, education, arts programs and supportive services for formerly incarcerated people, people struggling with substance use disorders and under-resourced residents.
Small businesses that did not previously qualify for relief funding under the initial pandemic relief program in the state can apply for grants of up to $75,000 that can be used on everything from payroll, mortgages and rent to COVID-19 safety supplies or outdoor dining upgrades.
Pittsfield has announced earmarks for more than $7 million in projects since getting American Rescue Plan Act money in May. Its first report to the Treasury Department shows that spending of that money has been conservative.
Gov. Charlie Baker joined at least 28 governors on Monday morning to meet with President Joe Biden at the White House after a weekend of discussions between state leaders and the president's Cabinet on a range of issues.
Community organizations and the general public will have the opportunity to take a more active role in the spending of federal coronavirus relief money as Pittsfield opens project applications.
The toll of the pandemic, seen in a COVID-19 relief funds survey.
BOSTON —Having taken his full 10 days to consider his options, Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday took his pen and scissors to the $4 billion federa…
Cities and towns across Massachusetts will begin receiving free, rapid COVID-19 tests this week to distribute to residents, as part of a new s…