BRIDGEWATER — With a recent increase in scam attempts announced by Eversource, Town Manager Michael Dutton and Police Chief Christopher D. Delmonte wish to warn the public to be vigilant of scammers posing as bill collectors.
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Facilities Director Amy Colleran are pleased to announce that the Medfield Public School District will save an estimated $91,000 per year in energy costs thanks to a project that will replace all of the light bulbs and several fixtures in each of the district’s five schools.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 Media contact: Jordan Mayblum Email: [email protected] Phone: 617-993-0003 Andover Public Safety Officials Provide Update on Gas Emergency ANDOVER — Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan, Police Chief Patrick Keefe and Fire Chief Michael B. Mansfield report that the Town of Andover expects residents will be able to return to […]
Police Chief Scott D. Benton and Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno would like to provide the community with several important tips to stay safe and warm as temperatures continue to drop this winter.
Fairhaven Police Department Kevin W. Kobza, Sergeant/PIO 1 Bryant St. Fairhaven, MA 02719 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Fairhaven Police Issue Warning About Telephone Scam Targeting Restaurants FAIRHAVEN — Sgt. Kevin W. Kobza is warning business owners about a recent telephone scam targeting Fairhaven restaurants. An unknown […]
NATICK — Chief James G. Hicks reports that the Natick Police Department today responded to a utility pole that had been struck by a tractor trailer, causing serious damage and traffic delays in a part of town.