IPSWICH — The Town of Ipswich is recommending that residents stay alert and prepare to take the necessary safety precautions as Tropical Storm Henri is expected to track toward in New England in the coming days.
Town of Winthrop Offers Safety Tips, Encourages Residents to Stay Alert as Tropical Storm Henri Tracks Toward New England
WINTHROP — The Town of Winthrop is recommending that residents stay alert and prepare to take the necessary safety precautions as Tropical Storm Henri is expected to track toward in New England in the coming days.
WINTHROP — Police Chief Terence Delehanty and Owner Patsy Cimino invite residents to a barbeque honoring first responders hosted by Cimino’s Meat Market in Winthrop.
ALFRED — The York County Chiefs’ Association is pleased to share the recent graduation of 20 students from a five-month basic and advanced firefighting skills academy.
Tyngsborough Police Department Receives Donation to Purchase Equipment to Help Locate Missing People With Cognitive Impairments
TYNGSBOROUGH – Chief Richard Howe is pleased to announce that the Tyngsborough Police Department will receive a SafetyNet system meant to help locate missing individuals with cognitive impairments quickly, thanks to support from the Rotary Club of Tyngsborough/Dunstable.
SALEM, N.H. — Police Chief Joel Dolan and Fire Chief Lawrence Best report that the Salem Police and Fire Departments responded to an accident on Saturday afternoon in which a car struck a residence, resulting in serious injuries to both the driver and a child inside the home.
STONEHAM — Town Administrator Dennis Sheehan and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton report that the Town of Stoneham, after an open and competitive process, has selected Cataldo Ambulance as the town’s ambulance and emergency medical dispatch vendor.
ARLINGTON – An Armstrong Ambulance paramedic reunited with a couple he treated on the third anniversary of a serious accident, with the couple crediting his professionalism and quick response with saving their lives.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to share that the Gloucester Firefighter Local 762 Union will be hosting a virtual 5K next month to raise money for Shriners Hospital for Children.
East Kingston Fire Department Provides Safety Tips for Proper Disposal of Smoking Materials and Ashes
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren and the East Kingston Fire Department would like to share the following safety tips with residents to prevent fires caused by improperly discarded smoking materials and ashes.