GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and the Groveland Police Department wish to warn residents of recent scams.
Groveland Achieves Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Community Designation for Climate Change and Extreme Weather Planning
GROVELAND — Town Planner Rebecca Oldham is pleased to announce that Groveland has received a Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Community designation for its efforts to prepare for climate change and extreme weather events.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a man with dementia who was reported missing earlier today.
GROVELAND — Chief Robert Valentine reports that the Groveland Fire Department responded to a stubborn four-alarm house fire on Saturday night.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department has opened a criminal investigation into a report that a resident was followed through a neighborhood by a man in a vehicle.
Statement of Groveland Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen Regarding Death of George Floyd and Actions of Minneapolis Police
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and the men and women of the Groveland Police Department condemn the actions of the Minneapolis police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd last week. Chief Gillen and the Groveland Police Department also condemn racism and police brutality of any kind, as the Groveland Police Department […]
GROVELAND — Groveland Town Officials are encouraging residents to vote early by mail for the upcoming Annual Town Election amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
GROVELAND — Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen, in accordance with Gov. Baker’s and the Department of Public Health’s new orders, would like to encourage Groveland residents to participate in the #JustStayHome challenge.
GROVELAND — The Town of Groveland has received a $10,000 Municipal American with Disabilities Act Grant from the Massachusetts Office of Disabilities (MOD) to improve access for persons with disabilities in all town-owned facilities.
The North Shore and Merrimack Valley superintendents of schools have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure that they feel is in the best interests of their faculty, staff, students, and families. This decision was made after significant conversations among school leaders, local public health officials, and state officials. State officials have today urged that municipalities should make decisions based on their local circumstances, and given the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, which the World Health Organization has this week labeled a global pandemic.