ROWLEY — Police Chief Scott A. Dumas and Fire Chief James C. Broderick report that the Rowley Police and Fire Departments are on-scene after a suspicious device, believed to be a pressure cooker, was found unattended at the Rowley MBTA Commuter Rail station Monday morning.
Rochester City Hall will re-open Tuesday after crews completed work overnight to ensure the safety of the building.
WHITMAN – Chief Timothy J. Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Rescue Department responded to a gas leak this morning that resulted in the evacuation of several homes.
Two people were taken Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington they were sickened by high carbon monoxide levels in a Bedford apartment building.
BEDFORD — Fire Chief David Grunes reports that the Bedford Fire Department responded to an apartment building Sunday evening after a sprinkler pipe burst, forcing an evacuation.
*UPDATE**Joint Press Release* Newburyport Police and Fire Departments Respond to Gas Leak on Low Street
NEWBURYPORT — Fire Chief Christopher LeClaire and City Marshal Mark Murray report that both Newburyport police and fire departments are currently responding to a gas leak on Low Street.
Student Administrative Unit (SAU) 16 Superintendent Michael Morgan announces that Exeter High School, along with district faculty and staff, conducted a reunification drill this week as part of the SAU’s emergency response plan.
METHUEN — Police Chief Joseph Solomon reports that the Methuen Police Department is investigating a threat made against Methuen High School this morning.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is investigating a bomb threat made against Arlington High School this morning.
ARLINGTON – Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is investigating a bomb threat made against Arlington Catholic High School today.