Chief Michael Miksch is pleased to report that the Hanson Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s (EOPSS) Office of Grants and Research (OGR) to increase the number of impaired driving patrols during the holiday season.
Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak is pleased to announce that the Hanson PTO will once again be hosting a Polar Plunge at Cranberry Cove to raise money to support students at the Indian Head Elementary School.
Chief Michael Miksch is pleased to announce that the Hanson Police Department, in conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will once again be participating in National Drug Take Back Day.
After consulting yesterday with the Whitman Board of Health, the Hanson Board of Heath, Whitman Fire Chief Timothy Grenno and Hanson Deputy Fire Chief Rob O’Brien, it has been recommended that there be no change to current outdoor evening activities in either town, including school activities and sports for the Whitman-Hanson Regional School District, Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak announces.
As students prepare to return to school, Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch would like to remind residents to follow several important safety tips.
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is releasing a new photo of a missing local woman, and is asking for the public’s help to locate her.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department responded to a crash early Saturday morning where a man was seriously injured.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is investigating an incident where a person allegedly broke two windows at Hanson Town Hall.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is investigating an incident where a person broke multiple windows at the Indian Head School last week and is seeking today to identify a person of interest.
Chief Michael Miksch is pleased to announce that four Hanson Police officers participated in a specialized training program about autism and related disabilities last week.