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.
Town of Acton Holds Successful Vaccination Clinic for Acton Housing Authority and Homebound Seniors Age 75+
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, is pleased to announce the success of a vaccine clinic held this week for eligible Acton Housing Authority residents.
ACTON — Acton Town Manager John Mangiaratti, Boxborough Town Administrator Ryan Fererra, Littleton Town Administrator Anthony Ansaldi, Maynard Town Administrator Gregory Johnson and Westford Town Manager Jodi Ross are pleased to announce a new partnership between the five communities and TRI, The Resource, Inc. that will help support micro-businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Firefighter/EMT Marc MacLaughlan graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Career Recruit Firefighter Training Class 288 on Friday, Jan. 8. (Photo courtesy of the Acton Fire Department)
ACTON –Town Manager John Mangiaratti and Health Director Sheryl Ball report that the Town of Acton has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, resulting in an increased risk designation from the Commonwealth.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows announces that the Acton Police Department’s accreditation assessment will take place next month.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows is proud to share that the Acton Police Department has updated its use of force policy, requiring officers to intervene in situations where another officer is using unreasonable force, bringing the department fully in line with all reforms of the 8 Can’t Wait campaign.
ACTON — Chief Robert Hart reports that the Acton Fire Department responded to two simultaneous incidents today, including a medical emergency at a home swimming poolresulting in a medical helicopter transport and a building fire at a lumber yard.