Chief Ryan M. Columbus is pleased to report that the Tewksbury Police Department spread cheer — as well as important reminders about safe driving — this holiday season by giving out gift cards in place of citations for minor motor vehicle infractions.
Superintendent Dr. Matthew Crowley and K-12 Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum Coordinator Susan Thifault are pleased to announce that Woburn Public Schools will host holiday music performances and events throughout the month.
With the 2021 holiday season underway, Chief Robert Bongiorno would like to announce that the Bedford Police Department started it’s annual effort to increase police visibility and patrols around the town’s retail plazas in an effort to prevent crime and create a welcoming environment for holiday shoppers.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to share that the Greater Lowell Tech community came together this holiday season to continue its annual tradition of donating gifts to local children and families in need.
Dighton Police and Fire to Host “Stuff-A-Cruiser” Event to Collect Gifts For Families in Need This Holiday Season
DIGHTON — Police Chief Robert MacDonald and Fire Chief Christopher Maguy are pleased to announce that the Dighton Police and Fire Departments will host a “Stuff-A-Cruiser” event this weekend to collect gifts for Dighton families in need this holiday season.
GLOUCESTER — Seniors in Gloucester had the opportunity to view local light displays on a bus tour this holiday season, thanks to an event offered by a new Cape Ann Seniors on the GO Program.
RAYMOND — Kindergarten students at Lamprey River Elementary School got in the holiday spirit Friday morning, crafting colorful gingerbread houses out of cookies, frosting and a multitude of candies.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Fire Chief Eric Smith are pleased to share their support for the the Gloucester Firefighters Union as they announce their 7th annual toy drive for the Wellspring House’s Holiday Shop this year.
METHUEN – Mayor James P. Jajuga and Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that the Methuen Police Department is hosting a toy drive to benefit children in need this holiday season.
BEDFORD — As the holiday season approaches, more and more families are turning to the convenience of online shopping for presents. Chief Robert Bongiorno and the Bedford Police Department would like to remind residents of some best practices they can employ to ensure that the gifts they buy online will make it into the hands of loved ones, not thieves.