GLOUCESTER — Fire Chief Eric Smith is pleased to share that city officials, members of the public, and local and state legislators gathered today to tour the city’s new ambulance.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department will participate in a Click it or Ticket campaign beginning next week in an effort to reduce motor vehicle deaths and injuries.
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA — Interim Chief Todd Fitzgerald reports that the Manchester Police Department is participating in a statewide effort to improve traffic safety for pedestrians and bicyclists.
TOWNSEND – North Middlesex Regional School District Superintendent Brad Morgan and High School Principal Isaac Taylor seek to update the public on a dispute between a small group of students that escalated into rumors on social media late last week.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is participating in a statewide Distracted Driving Enforcement Campaign, and is reminding residents to remain focused and vigilant behind the wheel.
READING – Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department is hosting a free Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) course for women this May.
DURHAM – Superintendent James Morse is pleased to share that Oyster River Cooperative School District has completed a building project at Mast Way Elementary, and began improvement work at Moharimet Elementary School today.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent and Fire Chief Steven Yetman are encouraging residents and business owners to sign up for the town’s new emergency notification alert program.
Burlington Police and Schools Partner to Bring National School Safety Speakers to Teacher Development Day
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and Superintendent Eric Conti are pleased to share that the Burlington Police Department and Burlington Public Schools partnered earlier this week to hold a staff development day for educators featuring two nationally renowned school safety speakers.
Newburyport Fire Department Encourages Residents to Test Smoke, Carbon Monoxide Detectors During Daylight Saving Time Transition
NEWBURYPORT – As daylight saving time approaches this weekend, Chief Christopher LeClaire and the Newburyport Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as they change their clocks.