ROCHESTER – Superintendent Kyle Repucci and Rochester Public Schools are proud to share that the Spaulding High School Scholarship Awards Ceremony, a decades-long tradition, will be held on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in the Spaulding High School Auditorium.
AMESBURY — Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush reports that the Amesbury Fire Department responded to a two-alarm fire in a home on Elm Street on Thursday afternoon.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty is pleased to share that Reserve Officer Guy Prather recently graduated from the police academy and will now join the Winthrop Police Department.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley reports that the Gloucester Police Department responded Wednesday to a crash in which a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Washington Street.
BURLINGTON – Chief Thomas P. Browne reports that the Burlington Police Department is investigating a report of a robbery that occurred Wednesday in the area of Second Avenue.
WAYLAND — Chief Neil McPherson is pleased to report that Wayland Firefighters have earned a pink stork emblem for their efforts to help ensure an expected home birth went as safely and smoothly as possible. The firefighters will reunite with mother and baby outside Wayland Fire Headquarters on Thursday, May 19.
V.I.P.O. Shares Legislative Progress In Support of Injured Police Officers, Calls for Action in Massachusetts
The Violently Injured Police Officers Organization (V.I.P.O.) would like to share progress made in State Houses across the country on behalf of law enforcement personnel who have been critically injured while serving, and to continue its call for action in its home state of Massachusetts.
METHUEN — Chief Scott J. McNamara reports that the Methuen Police Department, in collaboration with the Lawrence Police Department and AAA Northeast, will offer a free Car Care Safety Resource Event.
MELROSE — The Melrose Police Department is investigating the theft of catalytic converters from vehicles in the city, and offering residents tips to help prevent such thefts.
LOWELL — Acting Superintendent Barry Golner is pleased to announce that the Lowell Police Youth Services Program is offering a free Ultimate Frisbee program to Lowell youth in grades 5 to 8.