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.
GLOUCESTER — As the temperature begins to drop this fall, Chief Eric L. Smith and the Gloucester Fire Department wish to share home heating safety tips with residents.
WOBURN — More than 250 leaders in public health, law enforcement and addiction recovery came together today for the 13th Annual Woburn District Court Heroin Education Awareness Task Force (H.E.A.T.) Conference.
UPDATE #42 (11 a.m.) Town of Andover, Baker-Polito Administration and MEMA Remind Impacted Customers of Available Housing Options and Provide Home Safety Tips
ANDOVER — As temperatures turn colder, Andover Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan, the Baker-Polito Administration, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and other officials are encouraging impacted residents who are without heat in their homes to seek available alternative housing option
GROVELAND – Chief Robert Lay and the Groveland Fire Department would like to warn residents of the current high risk of brush fires after putting out two in town over the last 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.
ROCKPORT – With extremely hot and humid weather in the forecast for this week, Chief John Horvath and the Rockport Police Department are reminding residents to check on seniors in the community and to follow safety tips to prevent fatigue and illness.
WAKEFIELD — Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department are committed to the safety, security, and good health of all of its residents, business owners, and visitors.