PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley is pleased to share the Plymouth Fire Department’s virtual tour of the newly opened Station 7.
PLYMOUTH — Chief Edward Bradley is pleased to report that the Plymouth Fire Department officially began working out of the new North Plymouth Station 7 this morning following a ceremony commemorating its opening.
*VIDEO* Whitman Police and Fire Departments Recognize Three Kids Who Called 911 After Finding Man in Hobart Pond
WHITMAN — Police Chief Timothy Hanlon and members of the Whitman Police Department, along with Fire Chief Timothy Grenno, honored three Whitman boys at the police station Tuesday, June 16 for their actions that led to rescuing a man from Hobart Pond.
DIGHTON — Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein and Town Clerk Sue Medeiros are pleased to announce that the Town of Dighton successfully hosted a socially-distant town election last weekend in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy is pleased to report that several Raymond School District administrators have taken the “Save a Life Pledge” by showing their commitment to reducing the spread of COVID-19.
VIDEO: Westport Community Schools Staying Connected to Students During Closure with Series of Encouraging Videos
WESTPORT — Superintendent Gary Reese is pleased to share that the Westport Community Schools are staying closely connected to students and their families during the ongoing school closure with a series of inspirational and encouraging video messages.
VIDEO: King Philip Regional High School Sports Booster Club Surprises Seniors with Encouraging Lawn Signs
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Lisa Mobley are pleased to report that King Philip Regional High School seniors woke up recently to a special surprise on their front lawns.
ROCKLAND — Principal Marilyn Smith is pleased to share the following video on behalf of the Esten Elementary School Parent Advisory Council .
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral is pleased to share that four Easton Middle School students will present videos they created using green screen technology at the State House this June.