Selectmen debate tracking of employee remote work

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Singer: two residents questioned, ‘complained’ about town employees’ work from home 📸 Charlton Board of Selectmen Chairman David Singer speaks during Charlton Board of Selectmen video conference meeting of April 7, 2020. CHARLTON — A need for fiduciary transparency or a case of micromanagement? That was the question tossed about […]

Charlton up to eight confirmed COVID-19 cases

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All municipal buildings to remain closed until at least May 4 📸 Moriarty Photography file photo for The Citizen Chronicle CHARLTON — There are now eight confirmed instances of positive COVID-19 tests among residents in this town as local leaders affirm municipal buildings will now remain closed until at at […]

Charlton has second confirmed COVID-19 case

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More than 2,400 confirmed cases statewide 📸 Department of Homeland Security graphic CHARLTON — The Department of Public Health has informed local officials of a second confirmed case of COVID-19 in this town. Town Administrator Andrew Golas announced the development on Friday afternoon in a press release. Local residents are […]

Charlton sets up ‘Public Assistance Hotline’

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Focus is on access to food, necessary resources CHARLTON — With many people losing portions, or the entirety, of their paychecks due to coronavirus-related business closures, locals now have someplace they can turn for some help. Officials in Charlton have established a “Public Assistance Hotline” in an effort to lend […]

MassPike building closed after positive COVID-19 case

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Patient employed in Charlton, not a resident of town CHARLTON — Several employees of a local Mass Pike service station are quarantined after a co-worker has tested positive for COVID-19, with the facility in which they work being temporarily closed. Charlton Town Administrator Andrew Golas said a maintenance worker based […]