WHITMAN — Chief Timothy J. Grenno is pleased to share that the Whitman Fire Department received N95 masks and other personal protective equipment from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) last week.
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet reports that the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) has provided Wrentham residents with the latest details relating to COVID-19 in Massachusetts.
EASTON — Fire Chief Kevin Partridge reports that National Grid is currently working to repair a transmission line due to Friday’s high winds and heavy rains.
ATTLEBORO — Fire Chief Scott Lachance would like to remind residents that they should call National Grid at 800-465-1212 to report power outages in their home or neighborhood, as heavy winds are expected throughout the city for several hours Friday evening.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen would like to remind residents that they should call National Grid at 800-465-1212 to report power outages in their home or neighborhood, as heavy winds are expected throughout East Bridgewater for several hours Friday evening.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy J. Grenno would like to provide the community with several important tips to stay safe and warm as temperatures continue to drop this winter.
UPDATE #30 (12:30 p.m.) Town of Andover Provides Update on Alternative Housing Options for Residents Impacted by Gas Crisis
Alternative housing is being made available to customers impacted by the Sept. 13 gas line incident who choose not to stay in their homes.
CANTON — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Charles Doody has been briefed by the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency concerning the possibility of strong to severe storms and torrential rain in the region this weekend.
As hurricane season approaches, Police Chief Michael D’Entremont and Fire Chief William Spillane wish to remind residents to take precautions as the possibility for severe weather increases.
CONCORD — Town Manager Christopher Whelan, Police Chief Joseph O’Connor, and Fire Chief Mark R. Cotreau report that a tornado touched down in Concord early Monday morning.