EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Administrative Specialist position.
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.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Michael Dwyer warns of a dangerous viral teen video trend that can result in serious injuries and fire incidents.
METHUEN — Mayor Neil Perry and Chief Joseph Solomon would like to announce the road closures and media logistics for those planning to attend the funeral services for Methuen resident and Lawrence Department of Public Works (DPW) worker Marcos Ruiz.
DIGHTON — Chief Christopher Maguy is pleased to announce that Dighton Fire Department Honorary Firefighter Grant Medeiros, age 5, recently met his bone marrow donor at an event in Boca Raton, Florida.
ROCKLAND — Superintendent Alan Cron and Principal Elizabeth Bohn are pleased to announce that a John W. Rogers Middle School student has been named as a participant for this year’s Project 351 service initiative.
Maynard Fire Department Receives State Grant for Student Awareness of Fire Education Program and Senior SAFE Program
MAYNARD — Chief Anthony Stowers and State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey are pleased to announce that the Maynard Fire Department/District has been awarded $3,965 for the Fiscal Year 2020 Student Awareness of Fire Education (S.A.F.E.) Program and $2,348 for the Senior SAFE Program by the state Department of Fire Services.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Hanlon is pleased to share that a local scout was recognized for receiving the Eagle Scout Award at the Eagle Court of Honor celebration last week.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department is investigating a shooting overnight where a man was shot in the leg.
Plymouth Fire Department Responds After Students Scorch Outlets Performing Viral Video Trend Among Teens
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley reports that the Plymouth Fire Department responded to Plymouth North High School today after two students performed a viral video trend that resulted in two electrical outlets being scorched inside of a classroom.