As National Poison Prevention Week begins March 17, Fire Chief Scott Duffey and Police Chief John Llewellyn wish to remind residents of the danger of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
Chief Scott Duffey and the Rockland Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend as daylight saving time approaches.
As CBD products become more readily available across Massachusetts, Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey are urging Rockland residents to be cautious, research items before buying and remember that the drug’s legality at the federal level remains murky.
Rockland Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief Scott Duffey would like to invite residents to attend an information session later this month about the town’s formation of a new Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).
With multiple ice rescues in the state yesterday, Chief Scott Duffey would like to warn Rockland residents to avoid unsafe ice conditions and remind people that ice rinks are the only places considered safe to skate.
Principal Marilyn Smith is pleased to announce that a fourth grade student at the Stewart Esten Elementary School in Rockland was honored yesterday for his heroic efforts in calling 911 when his sister was having a medical emergency.
Chief Scott Duffey reports that the Rockland Fire Department rescued two residents, ages 16 and 19, from a third floor apartment during a two-alarm house fire Friday morning.
Chief Scott Duffey reports that the Rockland Fire Department responded to a local school after a teacher found an old jar of sodium while cleaning a cabinet in a science classroom at the North River Collaborative School Tuesday afternoon.
Chief Scott Duffey is pleased to announce that Rockland Firefighter Recruit Joshua Landry began his training at the Massachusetts Fire Academy this week.