Gregory Gilmore was named the chief of the Blackstone Police Department late last month and has been working toward several short-term and long-term goals and initiatives to help move the department forward in the weeks and months to come.
Acting Chief Gregory Gilmore reports that the Blackstone Police Department is actively investigating an incident where a cat died after being shot by an arrow Thursday night, Aug. 1.
Chief Ross A. Atstupenas would like to provide Blackstone residents with safety tips and precautions ahead of two snowstorms that are expected to effect the region on Friday and over the weekend.
Blackstone Police Department Ross A. Atstupenas Chief of Police 15 St. Paul St. Blackstone, MA 01504 For Immediate Release Friday, June 29, 2018 Contact: Benjamin Paulin Phone: 781-428-3299 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisory: High Heat Coming Today through Thursday A heat wave is coming to New England, and residents are urged to take all precautions necessary to stay […]
With the Fourth of July coming up next week, Chief Ross A. Atstupenas urges residents to leave fireworks to the professionals and reminds them that possessing or using fireworks in the state of Massachusetts is against the law.