ACTON — Chief Robert Hart reports the Acton Fire Department rescued a teenage boy and his dog after the two fell through the ice of a pond Friday evening.
ACTON – The Town of Acton is pleased to announce that it has received a $60,000 grant from the state Department of Housing and Community Development to address pandemic-related challenges among businesses in the Great Road Commercial Corridor.
ACTON — Acton’s Vaccine Working Group, comprised of Deputy Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Anita Arnum, Nursing Director Heather York, Health Director Sheryl Ball, Council on Aging Director Sharon Mercurio and Town Manager John Mangiaratti, wishes to inform the community about the success of its most recent COVID-19 vaccination clinics last week.
ACTON — Chief Robert Hart is pleased to announce the Acton Fire Department is seeking applicants for open Firefighter/Paramedic positions.
ACTON – The Town of Acton invites local seniors to free informational virtual programs planned for March.
ACTON — Town Manager John S. Mangiaratti is pleased to report that Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings has once again issued the Town of Acton a bond rating of AAA, the top grade awarded by the highly respected rating service.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to announce that the Acton Police Department has officially earned full accreditation status from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC).
ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Becerra as the Town of Acton’s first Sustainability Director.
ACTON –Town Manager John Mangiaratti and Community Services Coordinator Laura Ducharme would like to inform the public about three assistance programs created to help residents financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including a new grant to help with childcare costs.
ACTON — Fire Chief Robert Hart and Police Chief Richard Burrows report the Acton Police and Fire Departments responded after a pickup truck crashed into a vacant home Saturday night.