BERKLEY — Chief Scott Fournier reports that the Berkley Fire Department responded to a crash involving a school bus Tuesday afternoon.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to announce that multiple members of the Gloucester Fire Department participated in the BFit First Responder Challenge over the weekend.
RAYNHAM — Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita report that a dog was placed on a 10-day in-home quarantine last week after the dog jumped over a fence and bit a man and his dog.
FREETOWN – Chief Gary Silvia reports that the Freetown Fire Department extinguished a 2-alarm fire at a commercial building Friday afternoon.
STONEHAM — Chief Matt Grafton warns of a dangerous viral teen video trend that can result in serious injuries and fire incidents.
Stoneham Fire Department Receives State Grant for Student Awareness of Fire Education Program and Senior SAFE Program
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton is pleased to announce that the Stoneham Fire Department has been awarded $4,565 for the 2020 Student Awareness of Fire Education or S.A.F.E. Program and $2,552 for the Senior SAFE Program by the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services.
TAUNTON — Police Chief Edward Walsh and Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw report that the Taunton Police and Fire Departments responded after two children fell through the ice and into the Taunton River Thursday afternoon.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Michael Dwyer warns of a dangerous viral teen video trend that can result in serious injuries and fire incidents.
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.
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.