The Town of Rockland, in partnership with the Rockland Youth Commission and REiMAGINE ROCKLAND, are excited to invite people of all ages to enjoy a fun-filled day of games, music, crafts, children’s activities and more at the third annual Rockland Day this weekend.
Interim Town Administrator James Purcell and Assistant Town Administrator Jennifer Berardi-Constable are pleased to share an update with residents regarding the temporary relocation of the programs and departments housed at the McKinley Community Center, while work is done to repair the building’s sprinkler system this summer.
Principal Marilyn Smith is pleased announce that the Esten Elementary School held its annual Memorial Day celebration on Friday in the gymnasium.
Rockland Police Officers to be Presented Lifesaving Award for Providing Medical Aid to Man Injured in Industrial Accident
ROCKLAND – Chief John Llewellyn is pleased to announce that he will be presenting a lifesaving award to two Rockland Police officers tonight for their efforts in helping to save a man’s life when his arm was severed in an industrial accident in March.
Chief John Llewellyn is releasing the identity of a man who was arrested by Rockland Police Tuesday afternoon, after allegedly showing a firearm during an armed robbery and then briefly barricading himself inside of his Church Street apartment.
ROCKLAND — Police Chief John Llewellyn reports that two suspects have surrendered after a brief standoff with police, including a regional SWAT Team.
Superintendent Alan Cron is pleased to share an update with parents and residents regarding the temporary relocation of the Rockland Daycare program this summer.
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.
ROCKLAND — Principal Elizabeth Bohn is pleased to share that Rogers Middle School students attended a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Day at Fenway Park last week.
Chief Scott Duffey would to remind residents that the town’s open burning period ended Wednesday, May 1.