HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke reports that the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center fielded numerous 911 calls during a serious fire in Rockland earlier today.
As the hottest weeks of summer approach, Chief Scott Duffey would like to remind Rockland residents to take safety precautions during their summer activities, especially those that take place outdoors.
Rockland Youth Commission (RYC) Director Jeanne Blaney and Chief Scott Duffey are pleased to announce that the Hartsuff Park Pond lifeguards underwent training with the assistance of the Rockland Fire Department earlier this week.
Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey report that the Rockland Police and Fire Departments responded to Reed’s Pond Tuesday morning after a man allegedly purposefully pushed his vehicle into the water.
Monday, June 24, 2019 For Immediate Release Media Contact: Benjamin Paulin Phone: 781-742-3922 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rockland Police and Fire Departments Offer Summer Road Safety Tips ROCKLAND — As summer begins and with school now out of session, Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey would like to remind drivers to share the road and […]
ROCKLAND — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Scott Duffey is pleased to announce that Rockland’s first Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) finished its training on Thursday night.
Chief Scott Duffey would to remind residents that the town’s open burning period ended Wednesday, May 1.
ROCKLAND — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Scott Duffey is pleased to announce that the Town of Rockland will hold a community meeting later this month to discuss with residents and business owners how climate change may impact the town’s future.
Interim Town Administrator James Purcell, Fire Chief Scott Duffey and Superintendent Alan Cron seek to provide residents with an update regarding the upcoming planned closure of the Rockland Community Center building.
April is National 911 Education Month. Rockland Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey would like to ensure residents are prepared and able to access help during emergencies.