GLOUCESTER — Interim Chief John McCarthy and Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken were honored to welcome 6-year-old Mason Adams and his family to the police station this morning, where they presented a check on his behalf to Cops For Kids With Cancer. Mason, who considers police officers to be his personal heroes, decided that he would prefer to donate money to the police rather than receive presents for his birthday, so his parents raised $900 on his behalf to donate to Cops For Kids With Cancer via the Gloucester Police.
CODE RED – Issued at 6:20 PM, Monday, March 13th, 2017 Good Evening. This is Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken with an important message from the City of Gloucester’s Code Red Emergency messaging system. Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14th, the City of Gloucester has declared a snow emergency and parking ban on all city streets due to […]
The following message was sent via CodeRED: Good Afternoon. This is Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken with an important message from the City of Gloucester’s Code Red Emergency messaging system. Effective at 6PM tonight, Sunday, February 12th, the city has declared a snow emergency and parking ban on all city streets due to expected heavy sleet, […]
Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Police Chief Leonard Campanello and Department of Public Works Director Michael Hale seek to inform the public about a number of initiatives being undertaken to diminish the number of discarded hypodermic needles being left in the City of Gloucester.
HARRISBURG, April 12 – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, praised the passage of H.B. 176, the first bill in the country to establish a framework for a statewide grant program to promote police-assisted addiction recovery programs. The bill now heads to the state Senate, where Frankel hopes it will be taken up quickly.