As part of National Crime Prevention Month, Chief Paul O’Brien and the East Bridgewater Police Department wish to share with residents ways they can keep their home safe from criminals, both in the real world and digitally.
As part of National Crime Prevention Month, Chief Paul O’Brien and the East Bridgewater Police Department wish to warn the public about common types of scams.
The Town of East Bridgewater and Animal Control Officer Alexizz Xavier would like to remind residents that the deadline for licensing their dog has passed, and that late fees may now be incurred for people licensing their dogs.
The East Bridgewater Police and Fire Departments, the East Bridgewater Department of Public Works and the East Bridgewater Council on Aging are pleased to announce that a community shredding and prescription drug take-back event will be taking place later this month.
Police Chief Paul O’Brien is pleased to announce the official launch of the East Bridgewater Police Department Pink Patch Project for 2020, which will run through the month of October.