The North Shore and Merrimack Valley superintendents of schools have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure that they feel is in the best interests of their faculty, staff, students, and families. This decision was made after significant conversations among school leaders, local public health officials, and state officials. State officials have today urged that municipalities should make decisions based on their local circumstances, and given the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, which the World Health Organization has this week labeled a global pandemic.
Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush reports that the Amesbury Fire Department responded to a serious crash on Interstate 495 this morning.
Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush reports that the Amesbury Fire Department is responding to a hazardous material incident at a business Friday night.
AMESBURY — Mayor Ken Gray, Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush and Police Chief William A. Scholtz have taken swift and decisive action after allegations of overtime abuse by members of the Amesbury Fire Department were brought forward earlier this year.
Amesbury Fire Rescue Department Kenneth E. Berkenbush, Chief 17 School Street Amesbury, MA 01913 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Amesbury Firefighters Assist in Safely Relocating Mother Bear and and Cub AMESBURY — Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush reports that Amesbury firefighters assisted in the safe and successful […]
AMESBURY — Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush reports that one firefighter was injured as crews battled a barn fire on Sunday afternoon.
Amesbury Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush is today praising the facility’s staff, firefighters from 11 departments in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Amesbury Police, Atlantic Ambulance and Northeast Emergency Medical Services Massachusetts Region III for their immediate response to the fire.
Arlington Police Help Local Boy Deliver 900 Toys to Children’s Hospital, Proof that Spirit of Giving Lives
Chief Frederick Ryan and the Arlington Police helped a local boy deliver 900 toys to Boston Children’s Hospital, proof that the spirit of giving lives
AMESBURY — Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush wishes to acknowledge the hard work and sacrifice of Amesbury Assistant Fire Chief David Mather, who recently returned from rescue missions in Florida and St. Croix, as part of the Massachusetts-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT).
Amesbury Police Department is currently searching a wooded area of the city for an armed man who has threatened to harm himself.