READING — Chief David Clark reports that the Reading Police Department is seeking to identify and speak with a man who allegedly attempted to lure an 11-year-old girl into his car while she walked her dog.
READING — Chief David Clark, joined by the command staff, supervisors and patrol officers of the Reading Police Department condemn the actions of the Minneapolis police officers that led to the death of George Floyd earlier this week: “The actions and inaction of police officers, leading to the death of a man in their custody, […]
Weymouth Public Schools Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple Takes Part in Early Childhood Literacy Webinar
WEYMOUTH — Weymouth Public Schools is pleased to announce that Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple was a guest speaker this week at a virtual webinar focusing on early childhood literacy.
READING — Chief David Clark reports that today the Town of Reading has been notified by Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) officials of two Reading Police Department employees with confirmed cases of coronavirus.
RAYMOND, N.H. — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Laura Yacek are pleased to announce that students at Lamprey River Elementary School celebrated a week of reading recently with several activities taking place in classrooms throughout the school.
RAYMOND, N.H. — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Laura Yacek are pleased to announce that third graders at the Lamprey River Elementary School recently took part in the school’s first ever “book tasting” event.
Rockland’s Memorial Park Elementary School Holds Kindness Assembly, Cuts Ribbon on New Book Vending Machine
Principal Janice Sheehan is pleased to announce that Memorial Park Elementary School held its monthly Kindness Assembly recently, announcing the school’s December kindness award winners.
Deputy Chief David Clark reports that a man was arrested in Reading Sunday after he barricaded himself inside of his home and refused to come out, prompting a response of a regional team of police officers and negotiators.
READING — Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to share that the Reading Police Department donated $2,100 to the Reading Food Pantry today as a result of its Don’t Shave December” efforts.
Principal Amanda Luizzi is pleased to announce that Francis J. Burke Memorial Elementary School faculty recently invited students and their families to an evening of family literacy fun.