ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows reports that the Acton Police Department is actively investigating several recent break-ins at businesses in a concentrated area of town.
LUDLOW — Following nearly four decades serving the community, Ludlow Police Chief Paul Madera will officially retire at the end of next week.
SAUGUS — Interim Chief Ronald Giorgetti reports that the Saugus Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle crash involving an ambulance and a Honda Civic this morning.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance is pleased to announce that it will host its annual blood drive next month.
On Thursday, Feb. 13, Armstrong will partner with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive at its Arlington headquarters.
GLOUCESTER —Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research.
ROCHESTER — Principal Christine Hebert is pleased to announce that the East Rochester School hosted its annual spelling bee today.
MAYNARD – Chief Anthony Stowers is pleased to announce that three members of the Maynard Fire Department graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy today.
Chief Jeffrey Gillen wishes to make residents aware of a recent positive test for rabies in a raccoon located in Groveland.
The installation of 30 “post and circle” bike racks comes as the direct result of a resident-led initiative, spearheaded by Robin Schulman and Randy James.
Residents in the Chestnut Street, Lowell Street, North Hill and Apple Hill areas of town still have time to complete a water quality survey.