Chief Frederick Ryan, right, stands with Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, left, who also attended the trip to Israel, at the border of Israel and Syria while taking part in a training mission in Israel. (Courtesy Photo) Continue reading Arlington Police Chief Travels to Israel to Participate in Counterterrorism Seminar
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that Arlington Police arrested a man after he barricaded himself inside a residence and threatened to harm police officers early Friday morning. Continue reading Arlington Police Arrest Man Who Barricaded Himself Inside of Residence and Threatened Police
Methuen Police, Fire and city officials are collecting toys and clothes to donate to those displaced by last night’s fire.
METHUEN — Mayor Stephen Zanni and Chief Joseph Solomon announce that relief efforts are in place to assist the Methuen residents who were displaced after the building fire at 11 Ashton Place last night. Continue reading Methuen Establishes Relief Efforts for Fire Victims
CHELMSFORD, Mass. – Local and county law enforcement officials recently gathered at the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Training Academy to discuss efforts to enhance data collection and utilization in efforts to decrease incarceration rates for those suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. Continue reading Middlesex County Data-Driven Justice partners meet with White House, public health agencies to discuss initiative
1. Andrews Middle School – Student of the Month Breakfast
2. Brooks School 4th Graders Snow People
3. McGlynn School Teachers and Staff Perform in Holiday Show
4. Medford Vocational Technical High School supports Medford Rotary Club Holiday Food Drive Continue reading HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS AT THE MEDFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
CAMBRIDGE – Ryan Callinan, 29, from Wilmington, was arraigned today in Somerville District Court and charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury and negligent operation of a motor vehicle in connection with a non-fatal hit-and-run collision with a bicyclist that occurred on Sunday, February 21, 2016 at approximately 7:49 p.m. at the intersection of Broadway and Portland Street in Cambridge. Continue reading Man Arraigned in Connection with Cambridge Non-fatal Bike Collision
TEWKSBURY – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Tewksbury Police Chief Timothy Sheehan have announced that two individuals have been charged with perjury for allegedly submitting false testimony in connection with an assault that occurred in Tewksbury on July 3, 2016.
Continue reading Two Arraigned for Perjury in Connection with Tewksbury House Party Assault
The Arlington Reads Together committee has selected “Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family” by Amy Ellis Nutt as the 2017 community read. Events, book discussions and more will take place during March 2017.
Continue reading Arlington Libraries Select “Becoming Nicole” as 2017 Arlington Reads Together Title
Arlington Director of Veterans’ Services Jeffrey Chunglo (left) with Marine Corps Veteran and Arlington Resident Catherine Farrell Adler (right), who celebrated her 95th birthday with family and friends last weekend. (Courtesy Photo) Continue reading Arlington Department of Veterans’ Services Celebrates Veteran’s 95th Birthday
Mayor Carlo DeMaria celebrated in a ribbon cutting ceremony in welcoming 110 employees of Wynn Resorts to Everett. The employees were recently housed in an office building in Medford and construction trailers located on the construction site. Continue reading EVERETT MAYOR DEMARIA CUTS THE RIBBON ON NEW WYNN DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT BUILDING
“The holiday season is often a busy time with changes in routine, weather and activities that can be challenging for students and families. I’d like to share the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Twelve Tips to a Healthy Holiday Season. Continue reading Medford Public Schools, Health Services Department, Offers Holiday Health and Safety Tips!
Last Tuesday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held at Medford’s Technical High School for the new community access TV or P.E.G (Public, Education Government) studio. Special guests for the event, included leaders from the Boston media community: Lisa Hughes, News Anchor, WBZ TV; Courtney Cox, Sports Reporter, NESN; and MHS Grad Hank Morse, Radio Personality, WROR. Below are some highlights from the event. Continue reading GROUNDBREAKING HELD FOR NEW P.E.G (COMMUNITY ACCESS) STUDIO
Partners to provide employment to low income and formerly homeless individuals, work to improve Lower Roxbury and South End neighborhoods
Continue reading CITY OF BOSTON, BOSTON UNIVERSITY AND PROJECT PLACE LAUNCH NEW PARTNERSHIP
Public-Private Partnership Will Provide Informational Resources to Thousands of Residents in Chelmsford, Lowell and Tewksbury
Continue reading Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, CVS Health, Walgreens, Trinity Ambulance and Lowell General Hospital Announce Initiative to Encourage Safe and Secure Disposal of Medications
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – December 8, 2016 – The following contains information about City services this holiday season.
Continue reading City of Cambridge Schedules for Street Cleaning, Curbside Collections, & more for December-January