CHELMSFORD — Chief James M. Spinney and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan report that the Chelmsford Police Department and its fire, rescue and police mutual aid partners recovered the body of a man, believed to be a kayaker, on Freeman Lake.
WAYLAND — Acting Police Chief Ed Burman reports that a Wayland Police officer, responding to a 911 hang-up at a local residence, was attacked and bitten by a dog and was forced to use his service weapon, fatally wounding the animal, in self-defense.
PEPPERELL – Chief David Scott is pleased to announce that the Pepperell Police Department will wear pink patches in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as part of the Pink Patch Project.
READING — Chief David J. Clark is pleased to share that the Reading Police Department will partner with a local organization to raise money in support of domestic violence survivors during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The Bridgewater Police Department would like to invite community members to its upcoming National Faith & Blue Weekend food drive and open house.
AVON — Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and the Avon Police Department would like to thank the Brockton Police Department for inviting the APD to the recently held First Responders Appreciation Day.
READING — Chief David J. Clark is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department will be showing support for Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing pink badges and patches throughout October. Uniformed officers, plainclothes officers, and detectives will wear bright pink badges during October, rather than the traditional department badge. Public safety dispatchers will wear special […]
Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support Director Erica McNamara Selected as Finalist for Peter J. Gomes Service Award
READING — Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that Erica McNamara, Director of the Reading Coalition for Prevention & Support, has been selected as a finalist for the Peter J. Gomes Service Award.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli and Old Rochester Regional School District and Superintendency Union #55 Superintendent Michael S. Nelson report that the Marion Police Department is investigating a report of a suspicious person that followed a girl on her walk to school Thursday morning.
STONEHAM 一 Chief James McIntyre is pleased to announce that the Stoneham Police Department has been awarded $35,000 in grant funding to improve road safety.