NEW LONDON– Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to announce that Kearsarge Elementary and Sutton Elementary School students took part in a local 9/11 remembrance ceremony on this week.
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Manchester-by-the-Sea and Essex Police Investigating Rumored Threat Made against School via Social Media
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA — Interim Manchester Police Chief Todd Fitzgerald and Essex Police Chief Paul Francis report that their respective police departments took immediate action and investigated a rumored threat made against Manchester Essex Regional Middle High School via social media.
Chief Scott Fournier and the Berkley Fire Department are recommending a series of precautions in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane during Emergency Preparedness Month.
King Philip Regional School District Announces Restrictions on Outdoor Activities Due to Aerial Mosquito Spraying
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NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni reports that King Philip Regional School District is cancelling all outdoor activities after 6:30 p.m. due to mosquito spraying.
Chief Charles Doody reports that the Canton Fire Department battled a three-alarm house fire overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.
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ROCHESTER –City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to announce that the City of Rochester is seeking public input for the Downtown Master Plan.
The Wenham Police Department participated in a table top exercise this week that simulated the public safety response to a critical incident in town.
NEW LONDON– Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to share that Sutton and Simonds Elementary each have new playgrounds this school year.
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Acting Chief Julie Flaherty and Arlington Youth Health and Safety Coalition (AYHSC) Director Karen Koretsky wish to share an update on the success of the community’s Medication Disposal Drop Box.
Statement by Andover Town Manager Andrew Flanagan Regarding Columbia Gas Work on Abandoned Gas Service Lines
Town of Andover Andrew P. Flanagan, Town Manager 36 Bartlet St. Andover, MA 01810 For Immediate Release Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 Contact: Jordan Mayblum Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Statement by Andover Town Manager Andrew Flanagan Regarding Columbia Gas Work on Abandoned Gas Service Lines ANDOVER — Town Manager Andrew Flanagan releases the following statement regarding […]