December 15, 2018 Officer Richard T. Eldredge is a Police Officer for the Town of East Bridgewater but he is also a Veteran of the United States Air Force, retiring as a Technical Sergeant. Officer Eldredge enlisted the help of fellow Officer Michael Randall; who is also a Veteran and a Sergeant in the United […]
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen and the men and women of the East Bridgewater Police Department regretfully announce the death of retired police officer Janice A. Cunningham. Officer Cunningham died on Saturday, Dec. 1. She courageously battled Multiple Sclerosis since her retirement in 2009. Officer Cunningham was well-known throughout the community, south shore region and entire commonwealth for her advocacy and dedication for […]
As residents begin their holiday shopping, Chief Scott Allen and the East Bridgewater Police Department urge residents to use caution when scheduling deliveries to prevent doorstep theft. A recent report indicates that online holiday shopping will rise nearly 15 percent this year, and a consumer survey indicates that a staggering 80 percent of Americans will scour Amazon for gifts […]
Edward E. Arnold, (Former Chief of Police, East Bridgewater) age 88, died peacefully at South Shore Hospital on Tuesday, Nov. 20 after a lengthy illness.
The East Bridgewater High School Girls Field Hockey team held a fundraiser earlier this fall season to raise money for the East Bridgewater Schools-Police collaborative “Kid In Need” program. The girls sold baked goods and t-shirts and raised over $1,000.00. The girls utilized those funds and made bags that will be given to children […]