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 — Superintendent Kelly Clenchy, Shaker Lane Elementary Principal Michelle Kane and Russell Street Interim Principal Cheryl Temple are pleased to announce that students from both schools have the opportunity to participate in Virtual Field Day events throughout the week.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard wishes to provide his thoughts on the police killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests against racism and police brutality throughout the United States and beyond. “Traditionally, I do not feel comfortable addressing police incidents that occur outside of the Littleton community, but it’s long past time for […]
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.
LITTLETON — Chair of the Board of Selectmen Joseph Knox, Town Administrator Nina Nazarian, Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski and Police Chief Matthew Pinard issue the following statement after developments Thursday afternoon regarding the situation at Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley. “First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those lost […]
LITTLETON — Superintendent Kelly Clenchy and the Littleton Public Schools wish to provide residents with the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), as health officials continue to monitor the virus locally, domestically and internationally.
ITTLETON — Superintendent Kelly Clenchy is pleased to announce that the Littleton Public Schools will be taking part in the Great Kindness Challenge later this month.
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.
Students who made a difference in the classrooms and hallways of the Russell Street School were honored yesterday at the first school-wide meeting of the year.