FAIRFIELD – As part of National Crime Prevention Month, Chief Christopher Lyddy and the Fairfield Police Department wish to share with residents ways they can keep their home safe from criminals, both in the real world and digitally.
EASTON — Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy and Town Administrator Connor Read urge residents to continue to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance to prevent the spread of the disease.
DIGHTON — Chief Robert MacDonald reports that the Dighton Police Department is investigating a report of a stolen motor vehicle and are seeking the public’s help in locating it.
HOLBROOK — As part of National Crime Prevention Month, Chief William Smith and the Holbrook Police Department wish to share with residents ways they can keep their home safe from criminals, both in the real world and digitally.
HULL — Chief John Dunn is pleased to announce that the Hull Police Department, in conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will once again be participating in National Drug Take Back Day this weekend.
DIGHTON — The Town of Dighton and Board of Selectmen announce that Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein will be stepping down from her position at the end of the month after she accepted the position of Town Administrator in the Town of Swansea.
Norfolk Public Schools Increases Focus on Social-Emotional Learning, Student Well-Being Amid COVID-19
NORFOLK — Superintendent Dr. Ingrid Allardi and Director of Curriculum Victoria Saldana are pleased to announce that amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Norfolk Public Schools has increased its emphasis on social-emotional learning and student well-being within the district’s curriculum and programs.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Director of Cafeteria Services Mary Ann Reynolds are pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional School District’s curbside meal program will be extended until June 2021.
Chief John Dunn and the Hull Police Department would like to share safety tips for trick-or-treating and alternative Halloween activities to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional School District will transition to a hybrid learning model beginning Thursday, Oct. 15.