TEWKSBURY – Chief Ryan Columbus is pleased to report that the Tewksbury Police Department is holding a trading card contest with prizes for those collecting all 15 cards featuring the department’s officers.
*PHOTOS* Lowell Police Department and Officer Sean A. Collier Memorial Fund Team Up to Offer Youth Swimming Lessons
Program Offered in Memory of Worcester Police Officer ‘Manny’ Familia and Victims of Drownings
CHELMSFORD — Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department hosted 42 kids from 5th grade to 8th grade at a week-long Youth Police Academy this week.
TEWKSBURY – Chief Ryan Columbus reports that the Tewksbury Police Department arrested and charged a Lynn man with breaking and entering and several other charges as a result of a report received from an alert community member.
Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department is asking the community to help pick a name for a 10-week-old golden retriever who will soon serve as a community resource dog.
Southeastern Faculty and Students Embrace Community with Gingerbread Holiday Village Featuring Local Landmarks
SOUTH EASTON — Superintendent Luis Lopes and Principal Leslie Weckesser are pleased to share that freshmen faculty and students embraced being one community with a Gingerbread Holiday Village that includes landmarks from communities Southeastern serves.
TEWKSBURY — Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus is pleased to share that the Tewksbury Police Department is holding a contest for students to help name a puppy who is training to become a comfort dog for the department.
Merrimac Police Department Announces Retirement of Officer and Sergeant With 84 Years of Combined Service to the Community
MERRIMAC —Chief Eric Shears and the Merrimac Police Department would like to share that Sgt. David Vance and Patrolman Michael McGrath are retiring from the department after 43 and 41 years in law enforcement respectively.
TYNGSBORO — Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to share that Greater Lowell Technical High School opened its doors for their annual Back to School night, welcoming parents and guardians to attend classes just like their kids do.
IPSWICH — Chief Paul A. Nikas would like to report that prompt, detailed information provided by community members aided Ipswich Police Thursday afternoon as they responded to back-to-back crashes involving stolen vehicles, and made arrests in both instances.