CANTON — With temperatures this weekend forecast to be the highest yet this season, Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to remind residents to take safety precautions during activities during hot weather, especially those that take place outdoors.
PLYMOUTH — With temperatures expected to be in the 90s this week, Chief G. Edward Bradley, Emergency Management Director Henry Lipe and the Plymouth Fire Department announce that a cooling station is open in town.
COHASSET — With temperatures expected to be in the 90s in the coming days, Police Chief William Quigley and Fire Chief Robert Silvia would like to provide Cohasset residents with important hot weather safety tips.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — With temperatures expected to be in the 90s in the coming days, Police Chief Paul O’Brien and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen would like to provide East Bridgewater residents with important hot weather safety tips.
EASTON — With temperatures continuing in the 90’s this week, Easton Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge and the Easton Emergency Management Team have issued a heat advisory.
BROOKLINE, MA – With temperatures continuing in the 90’s this week, the Emergency Management Team has issued a heat advisory.
MELROSE — Superintendent Cyndy Taymore seeks to inform families about key guidelines that have been put in place to ensure students, faculty and staff remain safe during the hot and humid weather this week.
GEORGETOWN — As extreme heat and humidity hit New England, with temperatures approaching 100 degrees and heat index numbers rising above 100, municipal police and fire departments are opening up a number of resources to aide residents.