RAYNHAM — Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Bryan LaCivita announce that the Raynham Transfer Station will operate under adjusted hours beginning Tuesday, March 31 to allow for residents to have more access to the station.
RAYNHAM — Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita, out of an abundance of caution, announce that the Raynham Police and Fire Departments will temporarily suspend non-emergency walk-in services in response to COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.
RAYNHAM — No Confirmed or Suspected Cases in Raynham. Risk Remains Low Throughout Massachusetts. Chief Bryan LaCivita and the Raynham Fire Department wish to provide residents with the latest information regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as federal and state officials continue to monitor the virus domestically and internationally.
RAYNHAM — Chief Bryan LaCivita is pleased to announce that Firefighter/Paramedic Cody Medairos graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy (MFA) on Friday, Feb. 14.
RAYNHAM — Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita report that a dog was placed on a 10-day in-home quarantine last week after the dog jumped over a fence and bit a man and his dog.
RAYNHAM– Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita report that the Raynham Police and Fire Departments responded to a crash involving a pedestrian today.
Thanks to a local community member, students and families in need in Raynham are able to experience some extra holiday cheer.
Chief James Donovan reports that the Raynham Police Department is releasing the identity of the victim in a fatal crash early Sunday morning.
Police Chief James Donovan and Fire Chief Bryan LaCivita report that the Raynham Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal single vehicle crash early Sunday morning.
Chief James Donovan reports that a driver will face additional charges after being cited for multiple violations following a rollover crash Saturday night, Nov. 23.