FAIRFIELD — Chief Robert Kalamaras and the Fairfield Police Department urge residents to exercise caution today in the aftermath of the severe weather brought by remnants of Hurricane Ida which hit the area overnight.
Union Fire District of South Kingstown Responds to More Than Two Dozen Calls During Severe Weather Thursday Morning
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Chief Steven Pinch reports that the Union Fire District of South Kingstown responded to the severe weather brought by remnants of Hurricane Ida that hit the area overnight.
All Old Rochester Regional School District and MA Superintendency Union #55 Schools Closed Thursday Following Severe Weather Overnight
MATTAPOISETT — Superintendent Michael S. Nelson reports that all schools of the Old Rochester Regional School District and MA Superintendency Union #55 are closed today.
Methuen Emergency Management Offers Safety Tips, Encourages Residents to Stay Alert as Tropical Storm Henri Tracks Toward New England
Mayor Neil Perry, Interim Police Chief and Director of Emergency Management Randy Haggar and the City of Methuen and Methuen Police Department are recommending that residents stay alert and prepare to take the necessary safety precautions as Tropical Storm Henri is expected to track toward New England in the coming days.
Tropical Storm Warning, Flash Flood Watch in Effect — The Bridgewater Fire Department is recommending that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for potentially serious storm impacts as Tropical Storm Elsa is forecast to impact New England.
WRENTHAM — With extreme temperatures expected through Wednesday, Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet would like to provide residents with the following hot weather safety tips.
Groveland Achieves Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Community Designation for Climate Change and Extreme Weather Planning
GROVELAND — Town Planner Rebecca Oldham is pleased to announce that Groveland has received a Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Community designation for its efforts to prepare for climate change and extreme weather events.
GLOUCESTER — As Hurricane Joaquin is now rated a category four storm, with the chance that it may impact New England next week, Police Chief Leonard Campanello, Fire Chief Eric Smith and Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken recommend that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for a potentially serious storm.
Groveland Police Department Robert Kirmelewicz, Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 Groveland Fire Department Robert B. Lay, Fire Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com *Joint Press Release* Groveland Police and Fire Offer Hurricane […]