SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department would like to remind community residents to follow water safety tips and take caution near pools this summer.
TYNGSBOROUGH — As warmer weather approaches, Chief Richard D. Howe would like to remind residents of essential water safety tips while spending time on Lake Mascuppic, Massapoag Pond and the Merrimack River this summer.
ANDOVER – With summer only a couple weeks away, Chief Michael Mansfield and the Andover Fire Rescue would like to provide residents with essential water safety tips for the season.
ARLINGTON – Chief Frederick Ryan and the Arlington Police Department are advising residents to follow safety tips while swimming and participating in recreational water activities this summer.
NORTH READING — As temperatures rise and summer approaches, Chief Michael P. Murphy and the North Reading Police Department remind residents to be safe while spending time by the water.
GROVELAND — As summer vacation approaches, Fire Chief Robert Lay and Deputy Police Chief Jeffrey Gillen remind residents to follow water safety tips and practices.
NORTH HAVEN – As summer vacation approaches, Chief Paul Januszewski and the North Haven Fire Department are reminding the community to be safe while visiting public and private pools and to monitor swimming conditions at Wharton Brook State Park by visiting the DEEP website.
DEDHAM — With summer vacation just weeks away, Chief William Spillane and the Dedham Fire Department ask residents to remember these safety tips as they spend time outdoors and in pools.
BEDFORD — As temperatures rise and summer approaches, Police Chief Robert Bongiorno and Fire Chief David Grunes would like to remind residents to follow essential safety tips while spending time by the water, including the Concord River, private swimming pools and ponds.
MAYNARD — As summer approaches, Chief Anthony Stowers and the Maynard Fire Department would like to remind residents to be safe while swimming in both public and private pools, as well as participating in recreational activities on the Assabet River.