Governor Charlie Baker announced today that all non-essential businesses will need to close on Tuesday, March 24 at noon until April 7. This measure is being done to promote social distancing efforts and to help stop the spread of the virus. All non-essential businesses in Blackstone are asked to adhere to the governor’s order.
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.
Chief Gregory Gilmore reports that the Blackstone Police Department arrested a suspect wanted for questioning in the murder of a Worcester woman. THOMAS BERGSTROM, AGE 36 was wanted on warrants from the Worcester Police Department. Blackstone Police arrested BERGSTROM on Friday at approximately 10 a.m. Blackstone Police immediately contact Worcester Police, and the suspect was transferred to the […]
BLACKSTONE — Acting Chief Gregory Gilmore issues the following statement to the community regarding the today’s verdict in the Erika Murray trial:
Blackstone Police Offer Tips to Prevent Holiday Package Theft BLACKSTONE — With the holiday shopping season in full swing, Chief Ross A. Atstupenas and the Blackstone Police Department wish to remind residents of several precautions they can take when ordering items online to help prevent their gifts from falling into the wrong hands. A recent report indicates that online […]