Chief Michael Kent and Executive Director Sharon Crowley of the Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) Police Foundation, Inc. are pleased to announce that Cops for Kids with Cancer (CFKWC) presented a local 10-year-old boy and his family with a donation at Burlington Police headquarters on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Laura Yacek are pleased to announce that donations were recently given to teachers at Lamprey River Elementary School to help them purchase school supplies.
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to share that King Philip Regional High School recently held a successful food drive that resulted in many boxes of items that will be donated to local families.
LAWRENCE — A car repaired by Greater Lawrence Technical students last spring is making a difference, thanks to a partnership with a local nonprofit.
The LEO Support Foundation is pleased to announce that it recently donated 40 units of QuikClot Combat Gauze to the Winthrop Police Department.
Rockland High School Principal John Harrison and Rockland Middle School Principal Beth Bohn are pleased to announce that Rockland students from both schools participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, Sept. 29.
City Manager Blaine Cox and Recreation & Arena Director Chris Bowlen is pleased to share that Rochester Recreation & Arena has received a generous donation from the Rochester Social Club.
DANVERS — Superintendent Heidi Riccio is pleased to announce that Essex Tech will hold a Homecoming Gala this fall to support the Catherine Larkin Memorial Cottage project.
Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department and Randolph Police Patrolmen’s Union Local 18 donated over $3,000 to two local autism charities on Friday, Aug. 23.
Chief Edward Richards reports that residents should be aware of a scam involving an individual falsely claiming to be collecting donations on behalf of Enfield Fire Rescue.