BLACKSTONE — Chief Ross A. Atstupenas and the Blackstone Police Department are warning residents about the potential impact of the region’s first snowstorm of the season.
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.
Chief Ross A. Atstupenas reports that a man was charged with striking multiple vehicles while driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol down Main Street late Tuesday night.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) would like to advise residents of the attached forecast bulletins from the National Weather Service offices in Albany, New York and Norton concerning the high temperatures and heat indices today and the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. From the National Weather Service in Norton: […]