WAKEFIELD– As residents prepare for the holiday season, Chief Michael Sullivan and the Wakefield Fire Department wish to remind the community of important fire prevention tips.
WAKEFIELD —Police Chief Steven A. Skory and Fire Chief Michael Sullivan recommend that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for hazardous weather as temperatures continue to drop and the region prepares for the first potential major winter storm of the season.
WAKEFIELD —With the holiday season approaching, Chief Steven A. Skory and the Wakefield Police Department would like to provide tips for how to prevent theft for residents expecting package deliveries in the coming weeks.
*Video* Northeast Metro Tech Shares Video Highlighting Safety Precautions Prior to Transition to Hybrid Learning
WAKEFIELD– Superintendent David DiBarri announces that Northeast Metro Tech has created a video highlighting the various COVID-19 safety precautions the district has taken to prepare for hybrid learning.
Wakefield Fire Department Reminds Residents to Change Their Smoke Detector Batteries When They Change Their Clocks
WAKEFIELD — As daylight saving time comes to an end, Chief Michael Sullivan and the Wakefield Fire Department would like to remind residents to change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when resetting their clocks next weekend.
WAKEFIELD — Chief Michael Sullivan reports that the Wakefield Fire Department extinguished a five-alarm blaze at an industrial facility early this morning.
WAKEFIELD — Chief Steven A. Skory reports that the Wakefield Police Department is investigating a shooting incident that happened early this morning at a parking garage.
WAKEFIELD —Chief Michael Sullivan reports that the Wakefield Fire Department responded to a large gas leak in town on Monday morning.
WAKEFIELD — Town Administrator Stephen P. Maio would like to share tips to help residents alleviate their stress and panic surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) while practicing social distancing.
The North Shore and Merrimack Valley superintendents of schools have collaborated to make a timely and unified decision about school closure that they feel is in the best interests of their faculty, staff, students, and families. This decision was made after significant conversations among school leaders, local public health officials, and state officials. State officials have today urged that municipalities should make decisions based on their local circumstances, and given the rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, which the World Health Organization has this week labeled a global pandemic.