PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley is pleased to announce that two legacy members of the Plymouth Fire Department graduated from the Massachusetts Fire Academy today.
Avon Police Department Provides Update on Ways Department is Addressing Speed and Traffic Concerns in the Community
AVON — Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and the Avon Police Department would like to provide the community with an update on ways the department has addressed speed/traffic concerns in town recently.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Thomas Browne and Fire Chief Michael Patterson are pleased to announce that the Burlington Police and Fire Departments will once again host a community safety night in partnership with Wegmans.
WHITMAN — Police Chief Timothy Hanlon and Fire Chief Timothy Clancy report that the Whitman Police and Fire Departments responded to a serious crash Thursday night involving a motor vehicle and motorcycle.
Briana Tricomi Named New Jail Diversion/Mental Health Clinician for Gloucester’s Community Impact Unit
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that Briana Tricomi has been selected to serve as the new jail diversion/mental health clinician for the Gloucester Police Department’s Community Impact Unit as a continued partnership with Beth Israel Lahey Health Behavioral Services.
DIGHTON/BERKLEY — Dighton Fire Chief Christopher Maguy and Berkley Fire Chief Scott Fournier are pleased to announce that Dighton and Berkley firefighters went head-to-head in a charity softball game this past weekend.
HATHORNE — Superintendent Heidi Riccio is pleased to announce that Essex Tech has received an $84,000 state grant that will help the School to improve equity and access to Career Technical Education programs.
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley reports that an off-duty member of the Plymouth Fire Department, along with an off-duty officer of the Plymouth Police Department, rescued a child from a pond and provided critical aid this evening.
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley is pleased to report that members of the Plymouth Fire Department helped deliver a baby girl at a resident’s home early this morning.
The following is a statement from Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Elizabeth C. Homan, Ph.D. and Arlington Police Chief Julie Flaherty: