WEST NEWBURY — Fire Chief Michael Dwyer and Police Chief Jeffrey Durand report that the West Newbury Police and Fire Departments are suspending walk-in services temporarily to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19, the illness associated with the novel coronavirus, to staff and the public.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Michael Dwyer is pleased to share that the West Newbury Fire Department recently visited a local Summer Recreation Program.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Michael Dwyer reports that the West Newbury Fire Department responded to a two alarm basement fire at a single family home on Monday night.
WEST NEWBURY — Police Chief Art Reed and Fire Chief Michael Dwyer report that the West Newbury Police and Fire Departments responded to Pentucket Regional High School this afternoon after a student was struck by a vehicle.
*Joint Press Release* Newbury and West Newbury Fire Departments Respond to Single-Vehicle Crash on I-95
NEWBURY — Chief Nathan Walker and Chief Michael Dwyer report that the Newbury and West Newbury Fire Departments responded to a single-vehicle crash on I-95 yesterday.
WEST NEWBURY — As the holiday weekend approaches, Police Chief Art Reed and Fire Chief Michael Dwyer remind residents that fireworks are illegal in Massachusetts, and encourage the community to comply with state fireworks laws.
State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey and West Newbury Fire Chief Michael Dwyer announced the cause of the March 8, 2016 fatal fire at 33 Meetinghouse Hill Road in West Newbury was electrical. The fire took the life of an elderly man, believed to be the homeowner. Positive identification will be made by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and released by the Office of Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett. Three firefighters were injured and transported to a local hospital.