GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley and the Gloucester Police Department wish to make the community aware of a recent increase in scams that target seniors by coaxing them into giving money by claiming a relative has been arrested and needs to be bailed out of police custody.
Gloucester officials are reminding residents to always call 911 in the event of an emergency, and to seek medical care when needed. This reminder comes after the launch of a new pubic service announcement by Gov. Charlie Baker’s office from the Boston medical community encouraging Massachusetts residents to always seek help right away in the […]
Chief Edward Conley wishes to share changes being made to Gloucester Police Department’s procedures and enforcement protocols during the COVID-19 emergency. At this time, the state’s stay-at-home advisory remains in place until at least May 4. Gov. Charlie Baker is strongly urging all residents to practice social distancing (keeping six feet between each other) should […]
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Public Health Director Karin Carroll would like to provide Gloucester residents resources to help cut back on or quit smoking and vaping and to help families avoid health problems and secondhand smoke during extended periods of time spent at home. “Taking steps to reduce or quit smoking and […]
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Public Health Director Karin Carroll and Emergency Management Director and Assistant Fire Chief Joe Aiello would like to share tips to help residents alleviate their stress and panic surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) while practicing social distancing. The COVID-19 outbreak and fear of becoming ill can cause stress and panic […]