WHITMAN — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department has begun offering COVID-19 testing to all Town of Whitman employees.
WHITMAN — As the temperatures drop and with winter on the horizon, Chief Timothy Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department would like to provide residents with safety tips for heating homes and staying warm this winter.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department would like to provide safety tips to ensure residents stay safe while baking and preparing their holiday meals over the coming weeks.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department are pleased to announce the retirement of Lt. Bob Hover and the subsequent promotion of Firefighter Thomas Ford.
WHITMAN– Chief Timothy Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department are encouraging residents to take a series of precautions in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department responded to a Tier One HazMat incident tonight involving pool chemicals.
WHITMAN — The Town of Whitman would like to provide residents with a list of do’s and don’ts for wearing face masks in public to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, as the number of cases continues to rise in town.
WHITMAN — Town Administrator Frank Lynam and Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Timothy Grenno would like to thank the men and women who have been instrumental in keeping the Whitman community safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Whitman Fire Department Joins Area Agencies in Giving Thanks to Good Samaritan Medical Center Employees
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy Grenno is pleased to share that the Whitman Fire Department was among several first responder agencies throughout the region paying a special visit to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton Monday to show appreciation to the hospital’s employees.
WHITMAN — Chief Timothy J. Grenno is pleased to share that the Whitman Fire Department received N95 masks and other personal protective equipment from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) last week.