HANSON — With the holiday season approaching, Chief Michael Miksch and the Hanson Police Department would like to provide tips for how to prevent theft for residents expecting package deliveries in the coming weeks.
HANSON — As the Fourth of July and summer celebrations approach, Chief Michael Miksch and the Hanson Police Department would like to remind residents that the use of fireworks is illegal in Massachusetts.
The following statement is from Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak
HANSON — Town Administrator John Stanbrook and Holbrook town officials would like to inform residents that the town has declared a state of emergency in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronvirus (COVID-19).
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch of the Hanson Police Department reports that the Town of Hanson has been named one of the safest cities in the state according to a new report from Alarms.org, the official site of the National Council for Home Safety and Security (NCHSS).
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department has identified a driver and child after the child fell out of a moving vehicle Monday morning, March 2.
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is seeking to identify a driver and a child after the child fell out of a moving vehicle Monday morning, March 2.
WHITMAN — It is with deep regret that Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak reports that Jaxon Smith, a sixth grade student at Hanson Middle School, passed away Wednesday evening from the injuries suffered in a motor vehicle crash in Florida earlier this week.
Whitman-Hanson’s Conley School to Purchase Chromebooks After Receiving Donation from North Easton Savings Bank
WHITMAN — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak is pleased to announce that the Louise A. Conley School has been awarded a substantial donation from North Easton Savings Bank to purchase Chromebooks for students in the school.
Hanson Police Charge Two Students After Tik Tok Electrical Outlet Trend is Replicated at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School
HANSON — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch report that two Whitman-Hanson Regional High School students will be facing criminal charges after they replicated a viral video trend that resulted in several electrical outlets being scorched inside the school last week.