WEYMOUTH — Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple and School Committee Chair Lisa Belmarsh are pleased to share that Weymouth Public Schools and the Weymouth School Committee have recently taken steps toward making school committee meetings more engaging and accessible for the district’s parents.
SEEKONK — Interim Chief of Police David Enos, working as control chief of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) Search and Rescue Unit, and Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn have confirmed that the body of a missing Seekonk man was found Saturday.
Easton Police and Fire Departments Provide Update on Investigations into Friday’s Crashes that Injured Five People
EASTON — Police Chief Gary Sullivan and Fire Chief Kevin Partridge would like to provide an update on Friday night’s two-vehicle crash and separate crash involving a pedestrian.
EASTON — Chief Kevin Partridge reports that the Easton Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle crash and a separate crash involving a pedestrian late Friday night.
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral and Town Administrator Connor Read are pleased to share that the Town of Easton recently received a national award in recognition of its FY2020 budget document developed in close collaboration with Easton Public Schools.
RANDOLPH – Chief Richard Donovan and the Randolph Fire Department announce that the State Open Burning Season begins today and will end on Friday, May 1.
DRACUT — Chief Peter Bartlett reports that the Dracut Police Department responded to a crash involving a pedestrian Monday evening.
MEDFIELD — Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Dale Street School Principal Stephen Grenham are pleased to share that the Dale Street School was recently awarded a $4,700 grant from the Mass Cultural Council to bring hands-on science experiences to students.
MEDWAY —Superintendent Armand Pires and Director of Wellness Dr. Ryan Sherman are pleased to share that Medway’s Weekend Backpack Program received a donation last week from a local businessman.
WESTPORT – Superintendent Gary Reese is pleased to announce that registration for Alice A. Macomber School’s full-day kindergarten program will take place next month.