EXETER — Richard Kane, Coordinator of School Safety and Security at SAU 16, announces that the district has implemented a new anonymous reporting system to give students, faculty and community members the opportunity to report unsafe behavior.
Easton Police Department Chief Gary F. Sullivan 46 Lothrop St. North Easton, MA 02356 For Immediate Release Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Easton Police Offer Tips to Prevent Holiday Package Theft EASTON – With the holiday shopping season officially here, Chief Gary Sullivan and the Easton Police Department wish to remind residents of several precautions they […]
NORTH HAVEN — With summer coming to a close and the start of the new school year quickly approaching, Chief Paul Januszewski and the North Haven Fire Department ask that community members review several important safety tips.
Stoneham Police announce new crime tip lines designed allow residents to alert police to crimes, quality of life issues, or drug activity in the community.
Winchester Police and the Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community would like to share some helpful information for families and students.
ROCHESTER, N.H. — City of Rochester’s Health Inspector Bob Veno would like to remind residents to use safe food handling practices as they plan their Super Bowl festivities.
GLOUCESTER — Fire Chief Eric Smith and Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken would like to remind residents to be safe while preparing holiday meals this season.
CHELMSFORD — With Halloween soon approaching, Chief James Spinney and the Chelmsford Police Department would like to remind the community to be safe during fall festivities, especially for those who will be attending evening events or plan on trick-or-treating.
As friends and families gather to celebrate the holidays, Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department are reminding residents to be aware of safety tips to ensure a joyous and fire-safe season this year.
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.