TOWNSEND — With tax season now underway, Chief James P. Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, in order to avoid falling victim to common scams.
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to provide cold weather safety and winter driving tips to residents as temperatures continue to drop.
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to encourage residents to sign up for CodeRED, the town’s emergency alert system.
TOWNSEND — Superintendent Brad Morgan reports that North Middlesex Regional School District will reopen this fall following a Hybrid model.
Townsend’s North Middlesex Regional High School to Hold Two Days of Graduation Ceremonies for Class of 2020
TOWNSEND — Police Chief James Sartell would like to inform residents that graduation ceremonies for the North Middlesex Regional High School Class of 2020 will take place Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6.
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.
The Pepperell, Ashby and Townsend Police Departments offer a variety of tips for students, families and community members as the new school year approaches.
TOWNSEND — Chief Robert M. Eaton Jr. reports that the Townsend Police Department, alongside the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the U.S. Postmaster General, is investigating a scam involving drugs that are sent through the mail and landing in Townsend residents’ mailboxes.
Townsend Police Chief Calls for Support for Regional Lockup after Officer is Attacked by Suspect in Holding Cell
TOWNSEND – Chief Robert M. Eaton Jr. is renewing calls for support for a countywide criminal lockup facility after a Townsend police officer was brutally attacked by a dangerous suspect who tried to escape from a holding cell at the Townsend Police Department.
TOWNSEND — Chief Robert M. Eaton Jr. reports that after a lengthy investigation into a report of child abduction earlier this week, the Townsend Police Department has found no evidence to support the claim.