Total COVID-19 cases
|Cases confirmed, 5,952,145|
|Recovered, 2,516,951||United States|
|Cases confirmed, 1,747,087|
|Cases confirmed, 95,512|
|Deaths, 6,718||Essex County|
|Cases confirmed, 13,994|
Sources: Johns Hopkins University COVID 19 Tracking Dashboard and Mass. Department of Public Health
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During a 12-hour period, a 100-foot wooden sculpture will be constructed and deconstructed on Goldthwait Reservation Beach in Marblehead. The pop-up art, designed by Marblehead native Jeremy Barnett and his New York-based creative partner Jason Maracani, uses a series of five serpentine arch…
The public is invited to tour the 1973 Smith Elementary School for the last time before it's torn down. A new Smith School is under construction and slated to open in September.
A rolling rally to increase awareness of Elder Abuse organized by SeniorCare, the Beverly Council on Aging, and the Beverly Police Department takes place in Beverly.
A celebration recognizing Juneteenth organized by the North Shore Juneteenth Association in collaboration with the Beverly Race Equity Task Force and the Beverly Public Schools takes place at the Beverly City Hall in Beverly.
Veterans and community groups will be placing American flags at the gravestones of veterans in Beverly cemeteries leading up to Memorial Day.
Appleton Farms' cows head outside for grazing for the first time since November as visitors enjoy a beautiful. sunny weather in Ipswich. It's a signal of spring and warmer weather for the farm.
Every year on Patriots Day, the members of Danvers Alarm List Company honor the Danvers men who fell at the Jason Russell House on April 19th 1775, by doing their own mini-marathon march.
Second doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are distributed to residents in conjunction with the Peabody Health Department, Medical Reserve Corps volunteers, and Peabody Council on Aging staff members at the Torigian Center in Peabody amid the coronavirus pandemic
COVID-19 vaccines from drug companies Pfizer and Moderna could be ready for use later this month, after a record-setting development process. Will you take the vaccine once it becomes widely available?
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Marblehead - Bernadette McHugh 83, wife of the late John S. "Jack" McHugh passed away peacefully on July 19, 2021, following a brief illness. Born March 4, 1938, to the late William R. and Esther L. Berube, nee Healey, Bernadette was raised and educated in Lynn. After graduating from Lynn Cl…
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