IPSWICH — Chief Paul A. Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department is investigating after a male victim drowned today.
ARLINGTON — Chief Julie Flaherty is pleased to announce the academy graduation of the four newest officers of the Arlington Police Department.
STOW – Police Chief Michael Sallese and Fire Chief Joe Landry are pleased to announce that the Stow Police Department has been awarded a grant by the Commonwealth Security Trust Fund (CSTF) that will enable the Police and Fire Departments to conduct joint training exercises for critical incident response.
BURLINGTON – The Burlington Police Department, in partnership with Burlington Mall, wishes to announce that the 50th annual Safety Town will be held next month.
DRACUT — Police Chief Peter Bartlett reports that the Dracut Police and Fire Departments responded to a serious motor vehicle crash early Saturday morning.
MARBLEHEAD — Chief Dennis King reports that the Marblehead Police Department responded to a residence last night for a report of a child who had fallen out of a window.
Avon Police Department Provides Update on Ways Department is Addressing Speed and Traffic Concerns in the Community
AVON — Chief Jeffrey Bukunt and the Avon Police Department would like to provide the community with an update on ways the department has addressed speed/traffic concerns in town recently.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Thomas Browne and Fire Chief Michael Patterson are pleased to announce that the Burlington Police and Fire Departments will once again host a community safety night in partnership with Wegmans.
WHITMAN — Police Chief Timothy Hanlon and Fire Chief Timothy Clancy report that the Whitman Police and Fire Departments responded to a serious crash Thursday night involving a motor vehicle and motorcycle.
Briana Tricomi Named New Jail Diversion/Mental Health Clinician for Gloucester’s Community Impact Unit
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that Briana Tricomi has been selected to serve as the new jail diversion/mental health clinician for the Gloucester Police Department’s Community Impact Unit as a continued partnership with Beth Israel Lahey Health Behavioral Services.