Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton, Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch and Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak would like to provide internet and smart phone safety tips for parents in the wake of some troubling trends and “challenges” that have been going viral on the internet in recent weeks.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that a fire in an engine of a MBTA Commuter Rail train at the Hanson T Station is causing delays Thursday morning.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that a pilot suffered minor injuries when his plane flipped onto its roof after attempting to land at the Cranland Airport in Hanson Monday afternoon.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department responded to a crash where a driver collided with the rear of a tractor trailer Thursday morning.
Police Chief Michael Miksch, Fire Chief Jerome Thompson and the State Fire Marshal’s office report that the 3-alarm fire at a vacant building in Hanson yesterday has been deemed to be suspicious.
Fire Chief Jerome Thompson and Police Chief Michael Miksch report that the fire and police departments are currently responding to a 3-alarm fire at a vacant building Thursday afternoon in Hanson.
Chief Michael Miksch would like to invite residents to attend a naloxone training and education event tomorrow night.
Whitman Police Chief Scott D. Benton and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch report that police have determined there was no credible threat against Whitman-Hanson Regional High School after receiving an anonymous tip about a student that had been allegedly making threats.
Whitman Police Department Scott D. Benton, Chief of Police 20 Essex St Whitman, MA 02382 For Immediate Release Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org *MEDIA ADVISORY* Whitman Hanson WILL Coalition to Host Meeting on Opioid Abuse Prevention WHITMAN — Police Chief Scott D. Benton announces that Whitman Hanson WILL is hosting an upcoming forum for community members on […]
Whitman Hanson WILL organization, in conjunction with South Shore Hospital and Duval’s Pharmacy, is hosting a Naloxone Sim Lab event to teach those suffering from substance use disorders, their families, and loved ones how to administer potentially lifesaving Narcan in the event of an overdose.