Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy M. Harhen report that the East Bridgewater Police and Fire Departments responded to a motor vehicle crash on Plymouth Street Wednesday morning.
With multiple ice rescues in the state yesterday, Chief Timothy Harhen would like to warn East Bridgewater residents to avoid unsafe ice conditions and remind people that ice rinks are the only places considered safe to skate.
Police Chief Scott Allen, Fire Chief Timothy Harhen and Director of Public Works John Haines are encouraging all East Bridgewater residents to sign up for the town’s new emergency alert program.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy M. Harhen report that the East Bridgewater Police and Fire Departments responded last evening after a pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle. Rescuers responded at 8:37 p.m. to a location on Harvard Street. Upon arrival, they found a man in the roadway who had been […]
The state 911 system is currently experiencing intermittent interruption of service related to problems with a nationwide internet service provider. This is a national problem also impacting most of Massachusetts, including here in East Bridgewater Residents are advised that they should call East Bridgewater Public Safety Communications directly at 508-378-3770 or 508-378-7223 in event of an […]