LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard and the Littleton Police Department announce that the Littleton Police Department’s re-accreditation assessment will take place later this month.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard and the Littleton Police Department would like to remind residents to be vigilant of potential scams and scams relating to COVID-19, such as suspicious activity relating to the distribution of the federal CARES Act stimulus bill.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department is actively investigating a threatening letter found at the Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley this week.
Police Chief Matthew Pinard and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski report that the Littleton Police and Fire Departments responded to a crash involving a pedestrian Sunday evening.
The Littleton Police and Fire Departments worked cooperatively to rescue an injured hiker Thursday afternoon.
Police Chief Matthew Pinard and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski report that a roofer was injured Friday morning when he accidentally discharged a nail into his knee with a pneumatic nail gun.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department arrested two women today and charged them with selling drugs.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard would like to announce that a cooling center will be available for Littleton residents to use during the current heat wave.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King reports that the Littleton Police Department arrested four individuals after they fled the scene of a shoplifting incident at a nearby supermarket, resulting in a motor vehicle pursuit that ended in Acton.
*Joint Press Release* Littleton Officials to Work with National Grid on Gas Line Project on Route 110
LITTLETON — Littleton officials report that National Grid will begin a gas line replacement project on the Route 110 at the end of the month to address issues that have been occurring in the area.