FRANKLIN – Chief Gary B. McCarraher is pleased to announce that three Franklin firefighters graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy this afternoon.
Franklin Fire Department Reminds Residents and Business Owners to Test Smoke Detectors During Daylight Saving Time
Town of Franklin Jeffrey D. Nutting, Town Administrator 355 East Central Street Route 140 Franklin, MA 02038 For Immediate Release Friday, March 11, 2016 Franklin Fire Department Reminds Residents and Business Owners to Test Smoke Detectors During Daylight Saving Time FRANKLIN – Chief Gary B. McCarraher and the Franklin Fire Department would like to remind […]
FRANKLIN — Fire Chief Gary B. McCarraher reports that the Franklin Fire Department battled a three-alarm house fire on Church Street this afternoon.
FRANKLIN — Fire Chief Gary B. McCarraher and Police Chief Stephan Semerjian report that the fire and police departments rescued a man who fell through an unfrozen patch of ice on a swamp last night. Police and Fire are urging residents to stay off the ice at this time to ensure their safety and to prevent tragedies.
FRANKLIN — Chief Stephan Semerjian and reports that the Franklin Police Department is releasing images showing the two suspects involved in yesterday’s robbery of the Middlesex Savings Bank at the Franklin Village Shopping Center on Franklin Village Drive.
FRANKLIN — Police Chief Stephan Semerjian reports that the Franklin Police Department is actively searching for two suspects involved in a robbery at the Middlesex Savings Bank inside the Franklin Village Shopping Center, 1000 Franklin Village Drive, this morning.
FRANKLIN — Town Administrator Jeffrey Nutting announces that the town is in the process of updating Franklin’s 2008 Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP) and is inviting residents to be a part of the process.
FRANKLIN — Police Chief Stephan Semerjian is pleased to announce that two officers have graduated from the police academy last week.
FRANKLIN — Police Chief Stephan Semerjian and Fire Chief Gary B. McCarraher regret to report that Franklin Police and Fire responded late Friday evening to a motor vehicle crash that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old girl.
FRANKLIN — Hurricane Joaquin remains a potentially dangerous category four storm. Although latest forecasts show a direct hit is unlikely for New England, Police Chief Stephan Semerjian and Fire Chief Gary B. McCarraher advise that the community take safety precautions to prepare for potentially serious weather