Rabies may be found in a variety of animals native to the Commonwealth, including raccoons, skunks, bats, woodchucks, and foxes. These animals can infect humans and pets, so residents should understand the symptoms of rabies in Massachusetts wildlife and stay clear of possibly infected animals.
The other posts in this blog series covered how to plan your move and get your driver’s license and register your vehicle. This part of the series will cover residency, employment, health care coverage, education, registering to vote, and taxes — important things to help …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts, Part 3: Settling In
The other parts of this series outline how to plan your move to Massachusetts and ways to settle in to the Bay State, such as establishing residency and finding a job. However, if you are planning to drive or bring a car when moving here, …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts: Part 2 Driver’s Licenses and Motor Vehicle Registration
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts welcomes new residents to enjoy all the state has to offer. To help make your move to the Bay State as smooth as possible, this three-part blog series provides instructions for changing your license, tips for settling in, and other useful information. This section …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts, Part 1: Planning Your Move
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