Schools to Close through at Least March 27 — As superintendents of schools await further guidance from state and federal public health officials, a group of superintendents in Middlesex County have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure.
WAKEFIELD — Police Chief Steven A. Skory, Fire Chief Michael Sullivan and Middlesex County District Attorney Marian T. Ryan report that the Wakefield Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal incident involving a tree service today.
CONCORD — Executive Director Erin Freeborn Board President Margot Fleischman, and the members of the board of directors for Communities for Restorative Justice Inc. (C4RJ) invite members of the public to attend a forum to better educate citizens on the concepts and processes behind restorative justice.
MELROSE– Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School (MVMMS) Principal Brent Conway is pleased to announce that 10 seventh and eighth grade girls attended the Empowering Girls 2016 conference last week to participate in interactive sessions and discussions that encouraged confidence building, self-assertion and goal setting.
Townsend Police Chief Calls for Support for Regional Lockup after Officer is Attacked by Suspect in Holding Cell
TOWNSEND – Chief Robert M. Eaton Jr. is renewing calls for support for a countywide criminal lockup facility after a Townsend police officer was brutally attacked by a dangerous suspect who tried to escape from a holding cell at the Townsend Police Department.
BILLERICA — The leaders of more than a dozen Middlesex County law enforcement agencies today announced they have formally joined the White House-led Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) Initiative, focused on reducing the number of mentally ill individuals awaiting trial in local jails.