TAUNTON — Chief Edward Walsh and Taunton Public Schools Superintendent John Cabral report that a student who allegedly wrote threatening messages on bathroom walls at Taunton High School earlier this week has been identified today.
A Statement from Taunton Police Chief Edward Walsh and Taunton Public Schools Superintendent John Cabral
TAUNTON — The following is a statement from Taunton Police Department Chief Edward Walsh and Taunton Public Schools Superintendent John Cabral.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher D. Delmonte reports that the Bridgewater Police Department is investigating a crash where a pedestrian was struck by a car and injured Tuesday night, Oct. 19.
Old Rochester Regional School District and MA Superintendency Union #55 Provides Latest Information Regarding Boil Water Order
MATTAPOISETT — Superintendent Michael S. Nelson wishes to provide an update regarding the boil water order which now only affects one of the six district schools.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail reports that the ongoing boil water order will continue to remain in effect until further notice for all those who utilize Marion municipal water.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien reports that an East Bridgewater man was arrested Thursday and is facing child pornography charges.
Swansea Police Officer Participates in Police Unity Tour Bicycle Ride from New Jersey to Washington, D.C.
SWANSEA — Chief Marc Haslam is pleased to announce that Swansea Police Officer Macaila Saunders participated in the Police Unity Tour this week, a cycling event where police officers throughout the country ride to Washington, D.C. to honor law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag and the Randolph Police Department report that the last of 24 dogs and puppies seized in an August animal cruelty case is currently up for adoption and in need of a new home.
HOPKINTON — The Town of Hopkinton is excited to welcome the runners, spectators, supporters, volunteers and staff of the 2021 Boston Marathon back to Hopkinton for the first time in two years, and for the first time ever amid New England beautiful fall foliage.
ATTLEBORO — Chief Scott Lachance reports that the Attleboro Fire Department responded to an outside gas leak at an Attleboro housing complex Thursday afternoon.