WEST NEWBURY – Superintendent Justin Bartholomew and Fire Chief Michael Dwyer are pleased to report that Page School students became true “superheroes” by helping to fill the shelves of West Newbury’s food pantry last week.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeffrey Durand and the West Newbury Police Department wish to warn the public about a phishing email claiming to contain proof of a traffic violation.
WEST NEWBURY — With tax season now underway, Chief Jeff Durand and the West Newbury 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.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeffrey Durand and the West Newbury Police Department would like to provide cold weather safety and winter driving tips to residents as temperatures continue to drop.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeffrey Durand is pleased to share that the West Newbury Police Department’s Tots for Tots gift drive this month has garnered approximately 100 donations from the community.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeffrey Durand is pleased to share that the West Newbury Police Department is participating in the Toys for Tots program this month.
WEST NEWBURY — Fire Chief Michael Dwyer and Police Chief Jeffrey Durand are pleased to share that the West Newbury Fire and Police Departments will be holding a Fire “Truck-or-Treat” event this weekend.
West Newbury Police Officers Awarded Letters of Recognition After Successfully Deescalating Potentially Violent Situation
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Jeff Durand reports that he has formally commended two West Newbury Police Officers for going above and beyond the call of duty recently in helping to de-escalate a potentially violent situation involving a person with access to several weapons who was apparently suffering a mental health emergency.
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.
Chief Jeffrey Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department has arrested two teenagers and charged them after they allegedly stole a motor vehicle and led police on a chase early Saturday morning.