COHASSET — Chief William Quigley reports that the Cohasset Police Department responded to a crash where a garbage truck pulled down a utility pole on Jerusalem Road earlier today.
RANDOLPH — Randolph Police Chief William Pace reports that a lengthy investigation by the Quincy Police Department has cleared a Randolph Police officer of wrongdoing after the officer accidentally struck a pedestrian while the officer was en route to a domestic violence call in August.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph F. O’Connor is pleased to announce a mail-in program for unwanted medication disposal is available for residents.
Townsend and Pepperell Police Chiefs to Join Peers in 2020 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk Fundraiser
TOWNSEND/PEPPERELL — Townsend Police Chief James Sartell and Pepperell Police Chief Dave Scott announce they will be participating in the 2020 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk this weekend as part of a fundraising effort for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
GLOUCESTER — Police Chief Edward Conley and Emergency Management Director and Assistant Fire Chief Joseph Aiello report that the Gloucester Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal motor vehicle crash today.
GROVELAND — Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and Fire Chief Robert Valentine report that the Groveland Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal crash late Monday night.
FAIRHAVEN — The Fairhaven Police Department announces that the Fort Phoenix, Sconticut Neck and West Island beaches are expected to re-open to the public tomorrow morning.
Fairhaven Police Announce Fort Phoenix, Sconticut Neck, West Island Beach Closures Following Shark Sighting
FAIRHAVEN — The Fairhaven Police Department announces that the Fort Phoenix, Sconticut Neck and West Island beaches are closed to the public following a shark sighting off Hacker Street Beach.
SALEM, New Hampshire — Chief Joel Dolan reports that Salem Police Department arrested a Massachusetts man after a motor vehicle pursuit, during which the suspect struck two other motorists’ vehicles.
NAHANT — Chief Robert Dwyer is pleased to announce that the Nahant Police Department has launched its new website, giving residents an updated and modern space to access department news, resources and safety information.