GROVELAND – Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department are reminding residents to always lock their vehicles and secure their belongings after several cars were broken into this week.
GROVELAND – Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department are providing safety tips for residents to prepare for severe weather, as northeastern Massachusetts expects multiple storms this week.
GROVELAND — As summer vacation approaches, Fire Chief Robert Lay and Deputy Police Chief Jeffrey Gillen remind residents to follow water safety tips and practices.
GROVELAND — As summer approaches, Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department are providing safety tips for drivers and motorcyclists.
Groveland Police Department Jeffrey Gillen, Deputy Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 For Immediate Release Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com Groveland Police Remind Residents about Cold Weather Safety in Anticipation of Freezing Temps this Weekend GROVELAND — Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen, the town’s Emergency Management Director, would […]
Pentucket Regional School District Jeffrey Mulqueen Superintendent of Schools 22 Main St. West Newbury, MA 01985 For Immediate Release Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 Contact: Jeff Mulqueen, Superintendent 978-363-2280 firstname.lastname@example.org John Guilfoil 617-993-0003 email@example.com Pentucket Schools Closed Tuesday and Wednesday Groveland, West Newbury, Merrimac Elementary Schools, Pentucket Regional Middle School, and Pentucket Regional High School All […]
Just after 8 p.m. yesterday (1/5/15) there were two separate coyote encounters with residents in Groveland. The first encounter was on Manor Dr. where a man was entering his home when a coyote came upon the man and bit him before running off. A short time later a second encounter was reported to the Groveland Police which took place on Gardner St. The homeowner reported an aggressive coyote approached him in his yard and he had to kick the animal more than once before it left the area. We are asking all residents to be watchful and when outside use extra care for your safety, your children’s and for your pets. The coyote is considered rabid and dangerous. Any contact will require medical attentionPlease report any sightings to the Groveland Police Department by calling 911. For more info you can view The Environmental Police Website by clicking on the link. Please visit http://www.mass.gov/eea/grants-and-tech-assistance/enforcement/environmental-police/