BERLIN — With the tax deadline approaching, Chief Thomas Galvin and the Berlin Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with their personal and financial information when filing.
Berlin Fire & EMS valiantly saved this little guy earlier in the week near the rotary on South St. It appears he was ejected from a motor vehicle and was nearly struck by a vehicle prior to his rescue! He was evaluated and he was just a little shaken up. […]
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Please complete the online “Town Administrator Survey” by Jan. 22
For more information about the Caiden’s Cruisders Happy Hats fundraiser, please contact Fred Cummings Jr. by email at Fireinferno22@gmail.com or by phone at 978.265.3521.
Click here for a press release from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission regarding the Kidde Fire Extinguisher Recall.
The Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC) through a grant from FEMA is working with the Town of Berlin to develop an updated Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan for the Town.
As it heats up outside, the temperature inside a motor vehicle rises much faster. The Berlin Police and Fire Departments wish to remind families and caregivers to never leave a child, pet or anyone else in a hot car.
Berlin Fire Department Paul Zbikowski, Interim Fire Chief 23 Linden St. Berlin, MA 01503 Berlin Police Department Thomas Galvin, Chief of Police 23 Linden St. Berlin, MA 01503 For Immediate Release Monday, June 26, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com Berlin Police and Fire Departments Offer Tips for Celebrating The Fourth of July Safely […]