NEWBURYPORT – Chief Christopher LeClaire reports the success of a multi-jurisdictional training session designed to help firefighters better respond to environmental spills.
ROWLEY — The Rowley Water Department announces that it will begin its spring flushing program next week.
PHOTOS: First Responders of the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
AMESBURY — Firefighters, chiefs, police officers, emergency medical technicians, paramedics and one extremely loveable therapy dog comprise the badge-wearing segment of friendly faces patients run into at the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic.
Volunteers of All Ages Help Make Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative Vaccine Clinic a Success
AMESBURY — Amesbury Fire Chief Ken Berkenbush and West Newbury health agent Paul Sevigny, on behalf the nine-community Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative, is pleased to be able to highlight some of the hundreds of volunteers who helped make this past weekend’s vaccine clinic a success.
ROWLEY — With tax season now underway, Chief Scott A. Dumas and the Rowley Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, in order to avoid falling victim to common scams.
ROWLEY — Chief Scott A. Dumas and the Rowley Police Department report that Glen Street and Glen Street Bridge are closed to traffic until further notice.
ROWLEY — Rowley officials are warning residents about a recent scam attempting to solicit money from residents on behalf of the Rowley Water Department and the Rowley Municipal Light Plant.
ROWLEY — Chief Scott A. Dumas is pleased to announce that the Rowley Police Department has been awarded a total of $40,000 in federal grant funds allocated by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR).
ROWLEY — Chief Scott Dumas reports that the Rowley Police Department is investigating a three-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle that occurred Friday evening.
ROWLEY — The Rowley Water Department announces that mandatory Level 2 Drought restrictions have been declared by the the state’s Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), necessitating restrictions to preserve water for essential uses.