October 21, 2021
Police & Fire
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With opioid overdose deaths increasing during the pandemic, the Drug Enforcement Administration announces its 21st Take Back Day is scheduled for October 23rd 2021. At its last Take Back Day in … more
Angela Rose was awarded the Massachusetts Call Volunteer Fire Association Robert J. Hindley Memorial Scholarship In August. Presenting the check is MCVFA Region 1 Vice-President Chris Hajder. Each … more
Taunton, MA, August 12, 2021 —The Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation marked its 25th Anniversary with a $25,000 grant to the Rehoboth Fire Department during a check presentation … more
The Rehoboth Police Department has a bigger and better facility to call home. In May 2020, the Board of Selectmen authorized a payment to the town of Dartmouth for the purchase of a modular … more
This week, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed into law a bill banning polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from food packaging, carpets, ski waxes, and firefighting foam. Massachusetts nonprofits Clean … more
Although schools are in pandemic mode, students from grade 6 -8 are still being offered the opportunity to compete in the statewide safety poster contest. Lt. Randy Larrivee is offering free … more
Attleboro - New England Embroidery, Inc., a local family owned business, recently donated “gear bags” to Members of both the Attleboro Police Association and Attleboro Firefighters Local 848. … more
East Providence Police Chief William Nebus has reported that the city lived through its first ever curfew in recent memory with "no incidents." Mayor Bob DaSilva and Chief Nebus announced a citywide … more
Since 1993, the Friends of Townie Athletics Organization (FOTA), has been providing student-athletes of East Providence High School with scholarships, annual banquets, trophies and awards, … more
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