As friends and families gather to celebrate the holidays, Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department are reminding residents to be aware of safety tips to ensure a joyous and fire-safe season this year.
Chief Robert Lay and the Groveland Fire Department are urging holiday safety and holiday decorating safety today after firefighters responded to a fire at a Main Street house on Wednesday that is being blamed on an overloaded and improper extension cord.
TYNGSBOROUGH— As a record number of drivers prepare to hit the road for Thanksgiving, Chief Richard Howe and the Tyngsborough Police Department are reminding residents to travel safely this holiday and to never drink and drive.
With a record number of travelers hitting the road for Thanksgiving this week, Chief Richard Kane reports that the Exeter Police Department are reminding residents to travel safely and to never drink and drive.
SAUGUS — With a record number of travelers hitting the road for Thanksgiving this week, Chief Domenic DiMella and the Saugus Police Department are reminding residents to travel safely and to never drink and drive.
BURLINGTON — Thanksgiving will soon be upon us and Chief Steve Yetman and the Burlington Fire Department would like to advise residents to follow several cooking safety procedures to best ensure the community has a happy holiday.
DEDHAM — As travelers prepare to hit the road to meet family and friends for Thanksgiving, Chief Michael d’Entremont and the Dedham Police Department remind residents to drive safely.
As Thanksgiving approaches and travelers hit the busy roads, Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department would like to remind residents to drive safely.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department announce that they will be increasing police patrol at popular shopping areas during the holiday season in an effort to target and reduce incidents of retail theft and property crime at the Burlington Mall and areas surrounding the Mall, including the new Third Avenue area.
WEST NEWBURY — As the West Newbury Police Department investigates two break-ins that occurred over the last week, Chief Lisa Holmes reminds the community to take extra safety precautions securing their homes, vehicles and online packages to prevent theft this holiday season.