GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey Gillen is pleased to announce that the Groveland Police Department is holding a toy drive to help local children have a happy holiday season.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is actively searching for a woman and her two children who have been reported missing.
Bedford Police and Fire Departments Remind Families and Caregivers about the Dangers of Leaving Children and Pets in Hot Cars
Bedford Police and Fire Departments are teaming up to remind families and caregivers of children to never leave a child, pet, or anyone else in a hot car.
The “KOPS-N-KIDS” program will deploy the Gloucester police officers to each elementary school and spend time with students
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy is pleased to announce that the North Reading Police Department is working with Project Linus to create blankets that can be given to children in times of need.
GEORGETOWN– Chief Fred Mitchell is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Fire Department visited the Perley Elementary School to teach preschoolers about fire safety and how to safely exit a burning building.
METHUEN – Mayor Stephen N. Zanni and Police Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that Methuen police officers, firefighters and city officials will drop off more than 600 gifts to Debbie’s Treasure Chest this weekend as part of their annual toy drive.
Chief Michael R. Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is investigating reports that a suspicious man in a vehicle approached a child near a bus stop.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King is pleased to announce that the Littleton Police Department is now participating in Project Smile, a non-profit organization that provides items like toys and books to police officers, firefighters and paramedics, who in turn give them to traumatized children while in the field.
METHUEN — Chief Joseph Solomon and the Methuen Police Department are pleased to announce that, along with Chief J. Timothy Sheehy and the Methuen Fire Department, they have begun their second annual toy drive for Debbie’s Treasure Chest, a non-profit organization founded by children in Lawrence.