NEWBURYPORT — Superintendent of Schools Susan Viccaro and City Marshal Mark Murray report that authorities are investigating and responding to what appeared to be a racist message found scrawled in pencil on an elevator at Newburyport High School Tuesday morning.
GEORGETOWN – As students head off to prom tomorrow evening, Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department are working to ensure teenagers and parents enjoy the celebration in a healthy and safe manner.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Captain Daniel Douidi reports that the Bedford Police Department is investigating numerous threats made against Bedford schools this afternoon. Police do not believe the threats are credible, but several steps are being taken this afternoon out of an abundance of caution.
*Joint Press Release* Melrose Police Department and Melrose High School Recommend Graduation Safety Tips
MELROSE – Prior to graduation next month, Police Chief Michael L. Lyle and Melrose High School Principal Marianne Farrell ask that the community review several important safety tips to ensure a positive experience for all.
BEDFORD – As students get ready for senior prom next week, Chief Robert Bongiorno and the Bedford Police Department have launched a campaign centered around prom safety and distracted driving.
BEDFORD – As students head off to prom next week, Chief Robert Bongiorno and the Bedford Police Department offer logistics for the annual Prom Stroll and safety tips for students and families on Prom Night.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department would like to provide some safety tips as the Class of 2016 prepares to graduate.
BEDFORD, N.H. — With graduation just a few weeks away, Chief John Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department would like to remind students and parents to celebrate responsibly.
EXETER — Student Administrative Unit (SAU) 16 Superintendent Michael Morgan and police chiefs in the unit’s six communities are urging Exeter High School seniors to stop playing the game “Assassins” due to the threat it imposes on the safety and security of the community.
WEST NEWBURY– As students and parents prepare for end of the year festivities, Chief Art Reed and the West Newbury Police Department ask that all residents who are partaking in graduation related celebrations do so in a safe and responsible manner.