Newburyport firefighters responded to two lightning strikes in the city Tuesday afternoon, including one that resulted in a fire at a single-family home.
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The Concord Police wish to inform residents of a new feature on the Snapchat that allows users, including children, to share their exact location.
Bedford Police wish to inform residents of a new Snapchat feature that allows users, including children, to share their exact location with others.
Merrimack Valley Police and Fire Departments Offer Tips and Guidelines for Celebrating The Fourth of July Safely
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Local Police and Fire Departments Offer Tips and Guidelines for Celebrating The Fourth of July Safely The following is a message from West Newbury Police Chief Arthur Reed, West Newbury Fire Chief Michael Dwyer, Salisbury Police Chief Thomas W. Fowler, Salisbury Fire(…)
NEWPORT — Chief Seth DiSanto is pleased to announce that the Newport Police Department partnered with Revision Military to obtain equipment that will be used to keep officers safe when responding to high risk situations.
WAKEFIELD — School Committee Chairman Deborah Davis of Woburn is pleased to announce that Northeast Metro Tech is accepting nominations for its 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
TOPSFIELD — Interim Fire Chief Richard Harris is pleased to announce that Capt. Jen Collins-Brown received the 2016 Coverdell EMS Collaborative Leadership Award for her dedication to stroke care.
Winchester Police arrested a man on attempted breaking and entering charges Saturday after an off-duty officer saw the man behaving suspiciously.
METHUEN — Mayor Stephen Zanni and Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that the Methuen Police Department gave rides to students and their parents in the department’s pink “Cruiser of Hope” during the last weeks of the school year.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan regrets to report that after an exhaustive search by Arlington Police, Cambridge Police, Massachusetts State Police and NEMLEC search and rescue teams, a body tentatively identified as Patrick Beagan, age 45, previously reported missing out of Arlington, was discovered this morning near the Arlington/Cambridge line.