ARLINGTON — When Arlington Police Officer Brandon Kindle got the emergency call for a woman in labor at her home, he acted without hesitation.
ARLINGTON — Acting Chief of Police Julie Flaherty and Health and Human Services Director Christine Bongiorno report that officials in Arlington continue to investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding a fire that occurred outside the home of a local rabbi.
Armstrong Ambulance Educator and Clinical Team Member Co-Author Op-ed on Tiered Response vs. All-Advanced Life Support EMS System
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance Service Inc. is pleased to announce that two members of its team recently co-authored a piece published in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services on emergency medical response.
VIDEO: Arlington Police Seeking Public’s Assistance in Identifying Suspicious Person Seen Near Outdoor Fire
ARLINGTON — Acting Chief Julie Flaherty and the Arlington Police Department are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspicious person seen walking away from a home shortly after a suspicious outdoor fire broke out.
ARLINGTON — As part of National EMS Week, Armstrong Ambulance Service will be conducting free hemorrhage control and first aid training for interested members of the public.
ARLINGTON — Acting Police Chief Julie Flaherty is pleased to announce that U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams will visit the Arlington Police Department tomorrow.
ARLINGTON — Acting Police Chief Julie Flaherty is pleased to announce that the Arlington Police Department will host a Bicycle Safety Day this weekend.
ARLINGTON — Acting Police Chief Julie Flaherty reports that the Arlington Police Department is actively searching for a man who robbed a bank today, and is seeking the public’s help identifying the suspect.
ARLINGTON — Acting Police Chief Julie Flaherty reports that the Arlington Police Department recently partnered with the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) to complete Integrating Communications, Assessment, and Tactics (ICAT) training.
Town government leaders in Arlington are taking action after two girls were stuck by a used, discarded syringe while playing outside a school in town during an after-school program.