HAVERHILL — As local COVID-19 cases rise, Superintendent Maureen Lynch wishes to share information on free testing opportunities for students and staff to help reduce the spread of the virus in the community.
GLOUCESTER — Police Chief Edward Conley and Emergency Management Director and Assistant Fire Chief Joseph Aiello report that the Gloucester Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal motor vehicle crash today.
HAMPTON — As Hampton School District adjusts to its new hybrid learning model this fall amid COVID-19, a handful of new leaders will also oversee a fresh chapter for the community.
ARLINGTON — As communities statewide continue to work to reduce COVID-19 case numbers, Armstrong Ambulance has stepped up to provide access to testing.
MAYNARD– As residents prepare for Special Town Meeting this weekend, Chief Anthony Stowers wishes to provide information on the proposed fire station building project.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch reports that a student at Whittier Tech has tested positive for COVID-19.
SALEM, New Hampshire — Chief Joel Dolan reports that Salem Police Department arrested a Massachusetts man after a motor vehicle pursuit, during which the suspect struck two other motorists’ vehicles.
CONCORD — New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA) Executive Director Carl Ladd and the NHSAA wish to recognize the successful start to the school year at districts throughout the state.
West Newbury Police Officers Awarded Letters of Recognition After Successfully Deescalating Potentially Violent Situation
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeff Durand reports that he has formally commended two West Newbury Police Officers for going above and beyond the call of duty recently in helping to de-escalate a potentially violent situation involving a person with access to several weapons who was apparently suffering a mental health emergency.
Arlington Public Schools’ Peirce Elementary to Reopen Using Fully Remote Model Following Positive Staff Case of COVID-19
ARLINGTON — Superintendent Kathleen Bodie announces that Peirce Elementary School will pursue a fully remote learning model tomorrow and into next week after a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.