EAST BRIDGEWATER — The Baker-Polito Administration has announced nearly $2.5 million in grant funding to increase the number of law enforcement officers outfitted across the Commonwealth with body-worn cameras, and the East Bridgewater Police Department will receive funding as part of the program.
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag is pleased to share that the Randolph Police Department will receive a grant as part of the statewide opioid settlements.
BRIDGEWATER — The Bridgewater Fire Department has received funding toward fire prevention efforts through a private grant program.
PLAINVILLE — Town Administrator Brian Noble and the Plainville Board of Selectmen are pleased to announce that the Town of Plainville has been awarded a $1.5 million grant for the town’s Water System Capacity Expansion Project.
Taunton Public Schools Awarded Competitive Grant to Support Mental Health and Social-Emotional Learning
TAUNTON — Superintendent John Cabral is pleased to announce that Taunton Public Schools has been awarded a grant to support students’ social-emotional learning (SEL), behavioral and mental health, and wellness.
NORWOOD – General Manager Tony Mazzucco and Energy Manager David Ruggiero are pleased to share that the Town of Norwood has recently been awarded three grants to support energy efficiency initiatives in town.
RAYNHAM — Chief Bryan LaCivita is pleased to announce that the Raynham Fire Department was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Bristol County Savings Bank’s Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation.
Chief of Police Jeffrey Gillen is pleased to share that the Groveland Police Department has been awarded $12,905.74 in state grant funds allocated by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR) Body Worn Camera (BWC) grant program.
BERKLEY — Chief Scott Fournier is pleased to announce that Berkley Fire Rescue is one of nearly 120 public safety organizations nationwide to have been awarded a grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
STOW – Police Chief Michael Sallese and Fire Chief Joe Landry are pleased to announce that the Stow Police Department has been awarded a grant by the Commonwealth Security Trust Fund (CSTF) that will enable the Police and Fire Departments to conduct joint training exercises for critical incident response.