TAUNTON — Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School Superintendent-Director Dr. Alexandre Magalhaes and Taunton Police Chief Edward J. Walsh are pleased to announce that students received a special treat this week courtesy local businesses.
PLYMOUTH — Andie Brennan was 36 years old when she first started using heroin. Recently divorced and “lacking structure” in her life, she would experience several ups and downs over the next eight years, although at times there were far more down moments than she wanted to admit. It wasn’t long after she started using when she had her first overdose.
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy is pleased to announce that the Fairfield Police Department recently presented Detective Michael Clark with the department’s Distinguished Service Medal.
Chief Joseph Perkins is pleased to announce that the Middleborough Police Department will be holding a Citizens Police Academy starting early next year and residents can sign up now to participate.
Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department recently donated a refurbished police equipment transport trailer to the Randolph High School Blue Devils Marching Band.
Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department will once again be running its summer helmet voucher program, where officers who spot kids riding their bikes, scooters or rollerblades in town while wearing a helmet will reward them with coupons for free pizza and ice cream.
Chief William Smith is pleased to announce that signups have begun for the Holbrook Police Department’s 2019 Junior Police Academy.
The Methuen Police Department was among the winners of a nationwide photo contest hosted by Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS)
STONEHAM — Chief James McIntyre announces that the Stoneham Police Department will conduct a “Coffee with a Cop” event later this month, offering community members and Stoneham police officers the opportunity to get to know each other over coffee and snacks and discuss the issues that are most important in town.
Rochester Police are working to establish stronger lines of communication between law enforcement and those who are deaf or hard of hearing.