Tthe Rockland Public Schools will once again participate in this year’s Hour of Code, celebrating computer science and technology.
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Chief William Walsh is pleased to announce that the Great Barrington Police Department has joined the Near Miss Initiative in order to help improve officer safety.
UPDATE #87 (3:50 p.m.) Town of Andover Provides Update on Restoration Process Following Gas Emergency
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday. Dec. 10, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Email: [email protected] Phone: 617-993-0003 Town of Andover Provides Update on Restoration Process Following Gas Emergency ANDOVER — The Town of Andover continuously seeks to provide residents and business owners with key updates regarding the ongoing recovery and restoration efforts following the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency. […]
With the holiday season upon us, Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department would like to remind residents to use caution when decorating their homes this month.
Chief Mark D. Segalla is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department has donated $2,900 to Home Base
Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Lisa Mobley report that the King Philip Regional School District and the Wrentham Police Department are investigating a threatening Snapchat message allegedly posted by a student.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to announce that Whittier senior Emily Shal is one of five Massachusetts students chosen as a U.S. Presidential Scholar nominee in the career and technical education component.
Chief David Grunes reports that the Bedford Fire Department responded after smoke was reported inside the VA hospital this afternoon.
EXETER — Seacoast School of Technology students in the Animal and Plant Science program showcased their skills during the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Convention and Expo, where they took home gold, silver and bronze awards.
Town Administrator Kevin Sweet is pleased to announce that the Wrentham Community Preservation Committee’s first funding cycle is complete, with a total of $299,325 in available funds for certain projects in Wrentham.