On the heels of last week’s powerful March nor’easter that knocked down trees and caused widespread power outages, Police Chief Scott Allen, Fire Chief Timothy Harhen and DPW Director John Haines are advising East Bridgewater residents to prepare for a winter storm that is expected to hit the region this week.
Police Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department is investigating after three men allegedly robbed a convenience store that had lost power in the nor’easter at gunpoint as the owners were urgently moving frozen items from the store without power to another location.
Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department is seeking candidates for their internship program for the summer and fall.
East Bridgewater-The Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign mobilizes men and boys throughout the year to: • Foster a positive image of masculinity and join in a celebration of personal peace and cooperation. • Change societal attitudes and beliefs that perpetuate and make excuses for violence against women. • Promote safety and respect in all relationships and situations. […]
Chief Scott Allen is pleased to share that members of the East Bridgewater Police Department welcomed students back to school from February vacation this morning.