The Melrose Police and school officials are investigating after swastikas were found at the Veterans Memorial Middle School.
The following is a statement from Arlington Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine, Police Chief Frederick Ryan, Superintendent of Schools Kathleen Bodie, David Swanson, Naomi Greenfield Human Rights Commission Co-Chairs, and Anna Watson, LGBTQIA+ Rainbow Commission, Chairperson:
Town of Andover is responding strongly after three swastikas were found drawn on a classroom desk at Andover High School on Tuesday afternoon, hours before the Jewish festival of Hanukkah was set to begin.
DRACUT — Chief Peter Bartlett reports that the Dracut Police Department is investigating several instances of vandalism where suspects spray painted swastikas and defaced property in several areas of town.
READING — The following is a statement from Reading Public Library Board of Trustees Chair John Brzezenski and Library Director Amy Lannon regarding an incident where a swastika was found in the library yesterday: “On Thursday, October 26, Reading Public Library personnel located a swastika drawn on furniture inside the building and immediately reported […]
Town of Reading is responding aggressively after two incidents of swastika graffiti were reported at the Reading Memorial High School in the month of May.
Concord Police Investigate Utterance of Hate Speech Outside Local Restaurant Directed at Jewish Community
CONCORD – Chief Joseph O’Connor reports that the Concord Police Department has investigated a report of hate speech directed toward the Jewish community that was allegedly uttered by a patron outside a local restaurant.