Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno and Police Chief Scott Benton are very pleased to announce that the Town of Whitman has been awarded a $200,000 grant to update and replace the police and fire departments’ aging radio system.
Chief Timothy Grenno is pleased to announce that the Whitman Fire Department received a $233,000 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last week to replace aging equipment for its firefighters.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department are recommending a series of precautions to residents in the event of a hurricane or tropical storm in the coming weeks and months.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno would to remind residents that the town’s open burning period ended Tuesday, May 1, and that a permit is required for those who plan on using outdoor fire pits.
*Joint Release* Whitman Police and Fire Departments Investigating Acts of Vandalism, Burned Vehicles
Police Chief Scott D. Benton and Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno report that multiple acts of vandalism, including vehicles that were set ablaze, in Whitman Tuesday are being investigated and two arrests have been made.
WHITMAN– Chief Timothy J. Grenno is pleased to announce that members of the Whitman Fire Department recently attended the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts (FCAM) Professional Development Conference, where they participated in a number of seminars.
With daylight saving time approaching this weekend, Chief Timothy J. Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department are encouraging residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno is pleased to announce that the Whitman Fire Department has sworn in three new firefighters as a result of a budget override, which allowed the department to increase its hiring capacity for the first time in more than 50 years.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno is pleased to announce that Whitman Fire Lt. Tim Clancy graduated from the 25th Massachusetts Firefighting Academy’s Chief Fire Officer Management Training Program today.
Police Chief Scott D. Benton and Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno report that four children suffered injuries that are not believed to be serious after their school bus was rear-ended this morning.