GLOUCESTER –Police Chief John McCarthy and Fire Chief Eric Smith are pleased to share that members of the Gloucester Police and Fire Departments attended a training on municipal drone use earlier this week.
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Chief Christopher Delmonte and the Bridgewater Police Department are encouraging residents to sign up for alerts regarding the Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI)-Bridgewater.
Chief Seth DiSanto reports that the Newport Police Department is investigating a crash involving a tractor trailer where a woman was injured on Thursday.
As National Poison Prevention Week begins March 17, Fire Chief Scott Duffey and Police Chief John Llewellyn wish to remind residents of the danger of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that the King Philip Regional High School Student Council was honored at the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils’ (MASC) Annual Spring Conference last week.
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BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and Superintendent Eric Conti are pleased to share that the Burlington Police Department and Burlington Public Schools partnered earlier this week to hold a staff development day for educators featuring two nationally renowned school safety speakers.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA — Town Administrator Gregory Federspiel is pleased to announce that Manchester-by-the-Sea was named one of the best places to live by Boston Magazine.
King Philip Regional School District Superintendent Paul Zinni would like to let parents know that school officials are aware of a Snapchat video that has been circulating today and that there is currently no cause for concern.
Police Chief Gary Sullivan and Superintendent Lisha Cabral report that the Easton Police Department is investigating after a single antique ammunition cartridge was found inside of the Easton Middle School Friday morning.