COHASSET — Chief William Quigley reports that the Cohasset Police Department responded to a crash where a garbage truck pulled down a utility pole on Jerusalem Road earlier today.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell reports that the Georgetown Fire Department responded to a gas leak on Searle Street earlier this morning, which has since been brought under control.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell reports that the Georgetown Fire Department is on-scene with National Grid crews at a gas leak on Searle Street.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department responded to a natural gas leak Thursday morning.
EASTON — Fire Chief Kevin Partridge reports that National Grid continues to work on restoring power to the town following yesterday’s high winds and heavy rains.
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.
Dighton Police and Fire Departments Remind National Grid Customers to Stay Informed with Personalized Alerts
Fire Chief Christopher Maguy and Police Chief Robert MacDonald would like to remind Dighton residents who are National Grid customers that they can sign up to receive alerts from the company.
READING — Deputy Chief David Clark reports that the Reading Police Department will charge a local man after a National Grid Massachusetts Gas truck was reported stolen Wednesday afternoon.
On the heels of last week’s powerful March nor’easter that knocked down trees and caused widespread power outages, Chief Scott Lachance is warning Attleboro residents to prepare for a snowstorm that is expected to hit the region this week.