BRIDGEWATER — The Bridgewater Police Foundation is launching a new contest that encourages people to create the most creative face mask.
*JOINT RELEASE* Police Investigating After Hull Student Allegedly Shares Threatening Message on Snapchat
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Deputy Chief Neil J. Reilly report that police and school officials are investigating after a Memorial Middle School student allegedly shared concerning and threatening photos on Snapchat earlier today. The two incidents are believed to have stemmed from an argument among multiple students at the school.
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.
ANDOVER — The Town of Andover continuously seeks to provide residents and business owners with key updates regarding the ongoing recovery and restoration efforts following the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency.
Great Barrington Police Determine That There is No Threat to High School Following Investigation Into Social Media Post
GREAT BARRINGTON — Chief William Walsh reports that the Great Barrington Police Department has concluded that there is no cause for concern following an investigation into a potentially suspicious Facebook post.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher D. Delmonte reports that the Bridgewater Police Department arrested a juvenile who allegedly made threats on social media to commit acts of violence.
North Reading Authorities Respond after Concerning Social Media Posts and Comments by High School Student
North Reading Police Department Chief Michael P. Murphy 150 Park St. North Reading, MA 01864 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] North Reading Authorities Respond after Concerning Social Media Posts and Comments by High School Student No Danger to Schools or Community NORTH READING — Police Chief […]
Methuen Police Determine No Threat Exists Against High School After Social Media Post Causes Concerns
Mayor James P. Jajuga and Chief Joseph Solomon report that the police department has determined there is no credible threat against Methuen High School, after investigating a social media post that was being circulated Sunday night.
A Bedford Police patrolman located a woman sought by agencies in two states after a concerning social media post about a firearm and violence
ROCHESTER — City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick and Jim Grant, Director of the Department of Building, Zoning and Licensing Services announce that Rochester is launching a “Code Enforcement Topic of the Month” initiative to raise awareness about code and zoning laws in Rochester.