CONCORD — Police Chief Joseph O’Connor and Fire Chief Tom Judge would like to share important reminders and safety tips as residents prepare to celebrate Independence Day this weekend.
CONCORD — Fire Chief Thomas Judge reports that the Concord Fire Department responded to the Concord Country Club on Tuesday morning after a town worker fell approximately 20 feet into a trench during an inspection. A retired 35-year Concord firefighter, Peter Fulton, was golfing at the County Club when the man fall. Firefighter Fulton ran […]
*Media Advisory* In Honor of National Nurses Week, Concord Police and Fire Departments to Show Appreciation for Emerson Hospital Staff
CONCORD — Police Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that the Concord Police and Fire Departments will be joined by neighboring public safety agencies when they pay a special visit to Emerson Hospital tomorrow to show their support for healthcare providers during National Nurses Week.
CONCORD – The Town of Concord, in an effort to keep its citizens informed about the impacts of COVID-19 in the community, is aware of an anticipated rise in positive cases reported by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Police Department would like to warn residents of recently reported “sextortion” phishing scams and remind residents of important safety tips regarding scams.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor announces the hiring of a new police officer for the Concord Police Department.
CONCORD – Chief Joseph O’Connor reports that the Concord Police Department has arrested two brothers following a recent break-in to a local business.
Fire Chief Thomas Judge reports that yesterday’s 4-alarm fire that destroyed a house on Fairhaven Hill Road in Concord remains under investigation by the Concord Fire Department and the Massachusetts Fire District 14 Regional Fire Investigation Team.
Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that three members of the Concord Police Department completed their academy training earlier this week and were sworn in yesterday.
Chief Joseph O’Connor announces that the Concord Police Department will be increasing the number of patrols on local roads as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.