RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy reports the Raymond School District was informed today that an individual at Iber Holmes Gove Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19.
STONEHAM — Police Chief James McIntyre and Animal Control Officer Brian Johnston report that the Stoneham Police Department and Board of Health conducted a search for an aggressive coyote last night.
RAYNHAM –Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita report that the Raynham Police and Fire Departments responded after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle this afternoon.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the missing Burlington resident with memory impairment has been found safe.
(Update 3:30 p.m.– Resident Found Safe)*Missing Person* Burlington Police Provide Update on Search for Missing Woman
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a Burlington woman last seen on Friday.
ACTON –Town Manager John Mangiaratti and Health Director Sheryl Ball report that the Town of Acton has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, resulting in an increased risk designation from the Commonwealth.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Hanlon and the Whitman Police Department advise community members to remain vigilant following multiple reports from residents and town employees who have had fraudulent claims for unemployment filed in their name.
(Update 3:30 p.m.– Resident Found Safe)*Missing Person* Burlington Police Actively Seeking Missing Woman
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is actively seeking a Burlington woman who was reported missing earlier today.
AVON — Town Administrator Gregory S. Enos and Health Agent Kathleen Waldron wish to provide an update regarding a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 at Sammy K’s Barber Shop.
City of Gloucester Urges Returning College Students, Holiday Visitors to Get Tested for COVID-19 and Travel Responsibly
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll are urging anyone, including college students, traveling to the City to visit family for Thanksgiving to get tested for COVID-19 and follow the state’s travel guidance.