DEDHAM — Town Manager Leon Goodwin would like to notify Dedham residents that if they are in medical distress they must call 911 or visit an Emergency Room at an alternate hospital in the region due to the temporary closure of the Norwood Hospital Emergency Room.
Update #5 (4:15 p.m.) Town of Norwood Provides Information on Storm Recovery Efforts and Hospital Update
NORWOOD — Town of Norwood officials would like to provide information on its storm recovery efforts and an update regarding Norwood Hospital.
Update #4 (7:45 p.m.) Town of Norwood Declares State of Emergency Following Sunday’s Heavy Rain, Flash Flooding
NORWOOD — General Manager Tony Mazzucco reports that the Town of Norwood has declared a State of Emergency following Sunday’s heavy rain and flash flooding.
Norwood Hospital Temporarily Closed. Town of Norwood officials would like to provide an update on the status of Norwood Hospital and remind area residents that if they are in medical distress they must call 911 or visit an Emergency Room at an alternate hospital in the region due to the temporary closure of the Norwood Hospital Emergency Room.
Superintendent Michael Devine reports that a broken water pipe flooded the gymnasium at Hull High School over the weekend.
WINTHROP — As a nor’easter hits Massachusetts today and tomorrow, Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Paul E. Flanagan and Town Manager Terence Delehanty would like alert residents to the potential for flooding and outages.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy and the North Reading Police Department would like to advise residents to take caution Friday into Saturday as severe weather hits the region.
Chief James T. Januse is warning residents of the potential for flooding and power outages that may occur when a nor’easter makes its way to the region early Friday morning.
Great Barrington’s Senior Center will be temporarily closed as cleanup crews get to work to repair damage caused by recent flooding.
NORTH READING — As Hurricane Joaquin is now rated a category four storm, with the chance that it may impact New England, Police Chief Michael P. Murphy and the North Reading Police Department are urging residents to take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for a potentially serious storm.