NORTH READING — Police Chief Michael P. Murphy and Fire Chief Don Stats are very pleased to announce that, after a dramatic 10-minute emergency medical effort that was captured on video in the lobby of the police station, North Reading police officers and firefighters saved the life of a choking puppy.
The Flint Memorial Library will be hosting John Magurani on Tuesday, March 24th from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. John is a representative from Project Coyote Massachusetts. His presentation will include coyote behavior, diet, myths and facts, and pet/human safety among other topics. See the attached flyer for more information. Coyote Presentation Flint Library
“Buddy” was possibly seen Sunday, November 30th, in the area of Hillview Country Club. Please call the number on the flyer or (781)-439-3392 if he is seen. Please note that “Buddy” has been missing for some time. DO NOT call or chase, simply note direction of travel, location, and time, if possible take a picture. Thank you in […]
Living with Wildlife The North Reading Office of Animal Control as well as North Reading Police Department receives hundreds of calls a year regarding wildlife. Residents should be educated on how to keep themselves and their pets safe. Please read the following information for tips on living with the local wildlife. Any emergency situations regarding […]
North Reading Police Department Chief Michael P Murphy 150 Park St. North Reading, MA 01864 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 North Reading Police Issue Tips for Residents in Dealing with Foxes NORTH READING — With a recent uptick in fox sightings in town, and the sad loss of […]
The cat on the left was found on Erwin Road (Declawed). The cat on the right, also declawed was found on Whitcomb Way off Chestnut by Lynnfield line. If you recognize either of these house cats, please contact North Reading Animal Control.