City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to announce that Newburyport Police Officer Megan Tierney received an Unsung Hero award at the recent Rotary District 7930 “Foundation Celebration of Community Heroes” event.
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Superintendent of Schools Tina McCoy is pleased to announce that Raymond Public Schools hosted representatives from Hannaford supermarkets as part of a kick off event for Hannaford’s new “Fuel Kids at School” initiative.
The Chelmsford Police Department conducted a planned search of Chelmsford High School today.
Chief Richard Donovan encourages local residents interested in pursuing a career with the Randolph Fire Department to take the 2020 Municipal Firefighter written examination, which has been announced for March.
Sudbury Public Schools Brad Crozier, Superintendent 40 Fairbank Road Sudbury, MA 01776 For Immediate Release Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 Media Contact: Jordan Mayblum Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Sudbury Schools Debut Elementary Learning Studios SUDBURY — Superintendent Brad Crozier is pleased to announce that the Sudbury Public Schools have opened brand new Learning Studios at Noyes, […]
McGovern Elementary Principal Amy McDonald and Burke-Memorial Elementary Principal Amanda Luizzi are pleased to share that Medway’s elementary students recently learned about and practiced school bus safety.
Town Manager Brian Howard and Turner Free Library Director Elizabeth LaRosee, in collaboration with Randolph Community Programs, are pleased to invite residents to the upcoming Winter “One”derland event next month.
Spaulding High School will participate in a statewide initiative to encourage students to apply to college.
GLOUCESTER — Public Health Director Karin Carroll is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Health Department is hosting a flu clinic today.
Chief Joseph Perkins reports that a Middleborough police cruiser was struck by a fleeing suspect’s vehicle following a disturbance Wednesday night.