NORTH READING – Director of Public Health Robert F. Bracey, along with North Reading Town Administrator Michael P. Gilleberto and Police Chief/Public Safety Director Michael P. Murphy report that a restaurant in town has been ordered closed by the Health Department in connection with a salmonella-related illness outbreak.
The North Reading Police Department participated in the Cruiser Convoy as part of the 2018 Special Olympics Massachusetts Summer Games.
NORTH READING – Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that North Reading Police Department arrested a man for burglary over the weekend.
Middlesex County Named Data-Driven Justice Project Pilot Site Funding from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation will help law enforcement better identify behavioral health needs with the goal of avoiding unnecessary incarceration Middlesex County has been selected as a national pilot site for an effort to break the cycle of incarceration for those suffering from […]
With April vacation upon us, we are reminded to take precautions when using social media. Social media is a great place to inform your friends and family of what you and the kids are up to, but Aunt Louise and Uncle Jim from halfway across the country aren’t the only ones watching. Chief Michael Murphy […]
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.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy and the North Reading Police Department would like to advise residents to take caution Friday into Saturday as severe weather hits the region.
North Reading Police Department Chief Michael P. Murphy 150 Park St. North Reading, MA 01864 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org North Reading Authorities Respond after Concerning Social Media Posts and Comments by High School Student No Danger to Schools or Community NORTH READING — Police Chief […]
The North Reading Police Department would like to take this opportunity to wish the community a safe, happy and healthy new year. We would also like to send our thanks to all those who reached out to us during this holiday season with good wishes and cheer. Here’s to 2018!
Our friends from the Federal Trade Commission have the following advice for stopping robocalls: Nothing puts a damper on the holidays like unwanted calls interrupting your day. Maybe you’ve gotten one — you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person. Internet-powered phone systems have made it cheap and easy […]