BRIDGEWATER — Town Manager Michael Duttonand Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Michael MacDermott would like to share an update on the Town’s ongoing response and clean-up efforts following the Nor’easter.
ROCKPORT — Chief John Horvath and the Rockport Police Department would like to inform the community that a warming center has been opened in response to the Nor’Easter and resulting power outages.
Chief Scott Fournier would like to notify drivers that they should use caution while driving through Berkley today after last night’s rain storm and high wind speeds caused downed tree limbs and power lines.
Emergency crews in Winthrop are actively engaged in clean-up and restoration efforts, despite the challenges of the ongoing gusty winds and rain from a coastal storm that arrived last evening.
Fire Chief/Acting Emergency Management Director Matthew Grafton seeks to to alert residents about the remnants of Hurricane Florence, expected to strike to the region Tuesday that could cause heavy rainfall and flooding.
NORTH HAVEN — Fire Chief Paul Januszewski reports that the North Haven Fire Department and Police Department have responded to more than 200 calls for service since the outbreak of severe weather earlier this afternoon.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty announces that loans are available to Winthrop citizens affected by a March nor’easter this past winter.
Chief Charles E. Doody would like to advise Canton residents about another nor’easter coming to the region on Wednesday.
*Night Update* Bristol, Plymouth, Norfolk County Police and Fire Chiefs Provide Update on Today’s Nor’easter
Police and fire chiefs from Attleboro, Bridgewater, Canton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Holbrook, Randolph, Raynham, Taunton and Whitman would like to provide residents with an evening update on where the communities stand regarding today’s storm since the update from this afternoon.
After handling the first two nor’easters that hit the region in recent weeks, Police Chief Scott Allen, Fire Chief Timothy Harhen and DPW Director John Haines are advising East Bridgewater residents to prepare for yet another winter storm.