HOPKINTON — The Hopkinton Emergency Fund (HEF) is currently seeking donations from residents this holiday season to help serve Hopkinton residents who are in need of emergency financial assistance. To date, the Fund has provided $30,076 in grants to help Hopkinton residents meet an emergency financial need, and donations received this season will help to ensure the Fund can continue to provide needed support.
ROCKLAND — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Scott Duffey is pleased to announce that Rockland’s first Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) finished its training on Thursday night.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Police Chief John McCarthy, Fire Chief Eric Smith, and Assistant Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Joe Aiello are encouraging residents to sign up for mobile safety notifications and create a profile through the city’s emergency alert system.
ANDOVER — The Town of Andover continuously seeks to provide residents and business owners with key updates regarding the ongoing recovery and restoration efforts following the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency.
ANDOVER — Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan, Police Chief Patrick Keefe, Fire Chief Michael B. Mansfield, and Andover’s town government department heads seek to continuously update residents on the status of restoration efforts in the aftermath of the Merrimack Valley gas emergency.
BEDFORD — Chief John J. Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department would like to alert all residents that Bedford town offices are closed today due to the snowstorm.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department has issued a parking ban effective from Thursday, Feb. 9 from 12:01 a.m. until Friday, Feb. 10 at 6 a.m.
GROTON — Fire Chief Steele McCurdy and Police Chief Donald Palma Jr. report that the Groton Police and Fire departments worked together to effectively extinguish a fire and conduct a partial evacuation of a local pediatric care facility today.
GLOUCESTER — Every second counts during an emergency, which is why Mayor Sefatia Romeo Thaken, Police Chief Leonard Campanello and Fire Chief Eric Smith are reminding residents to have address signage clearly visible to help emergency personnel provide the timeliest services possible.