CHELMSFORD — Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department responded today after a fox allegedly attacked two people.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department are issuing an alert after a Fox that most likely was responsible for attacks on three residents yesterday has tested positive for rabies.
The Andover Police Department responded yesterday morning after a woman was bitten by a raccoon that later tested positive for rabies.
Ipswich warning residents after a fox that attacked several people over the weekend tested positive for rabies and a second fox was killed Monday.
Arlington Department of Health and Human Services Provides Guidelines After Bat Tests Positive for Rabies
ARLINGTON – The Arlington Department of Health and Human Services (AHHS) is reminding residents of several safety tips and guidelines after a bat found in a home tested positive for rabies this week.
*Joint Release* Andover and North Andover Health Divisions Provide Residents With Information Regarding Bats and Rabies
ANDOVER and NORTH ANDOVER — The Andover and North Andover Health Divisions are providing residents with safety tips and guidelines regarding bats and rabies, as calls to public health agencies pertaining to the nocturnal mammals increase this time of year.
ARLINGTON — As calls to public health agencies regarding bats and exposure to bats rise this time of year, Arlington’s Department of Health and Human Services (AHHS) would like to provide residents with safety tips and guidelines if they encounter one of these nocturnal mammals.
Groveland Police Department Robert Kirmelewicz, Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Groveland Police Alerting Residents to Coyote Incidents Two Residents Reported Interactions with Aggressive Animal Should be Considered Dangerous, Rabid GROVELAND — Police Chief Robert Kirmelewicz reports that the […]