MERRIMAC — Chief Eric Shears and the Public Safety Building Committee would like to invite community members to a public forum next month to learn more about the town’s proposal to build a new police station.
The Merrimac Police Department is now hiring for (2) full-time dispatch and part-time dispatch openings. Upon successful training and certification, the full-time position pay will start at $20.16 per hour. The part-time position will pay $17.42 per hour. Summary: A dispatcher is the primary contact to the public and law enforcement personnel entering the police […]
MERRIMAC — Chief Eric Shears and the Merrimac Police Department are warning residents of an IRS scam involving an individual impersonating law enforcement officers and threatening victims with arrest for non-payment of taxes.
MERRIMAC — With extreme cold temperatures expected to hit New England over the next several days, Chief Eric M. Shears and the Merrimac Police Department are reminding residents of several important safety tips.
MERRIMAC — Fire Chief Ralph Spencer and Police Chief Eric M. Shears report that a major fire destroyed an apartment building Friday morning. Police officers and firefighters responded at 8:43 a.m. to the Greenleaf Park apartments, located at 1 Greenleaf Drive for an activated fire alarm. Fire was evident immediately upon arrival, and Working Fire, […]
As residents prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, area public safety officials are sharing important reminders and tips with their communities
The Merrimac Police Department is among several agencies investigating after a vehicle pursuit that began in Merrimac ended in a crash in Haverhill.
MERRIMAC — Police Chief Eric M. Shears and Deputy Fire Chief Larry Fisher report that the Merrimac Police and Fire Departments responded to a dirt bike crash this week where the driver suffered serious injuries.
West Newbury, Groveland and Merrimac police and fire depts. conducted a simulated fatal motor vehicle crash watched by students at Pentucket High School
WEST NEWBURY — As prom and graduation approaches, Pentucket Regional High School’s Safety & Public Service Academy, along with the Groveland, West Newbury and Merrimac Fire and Police Departments, will be conducting a simulated fatal motor vehicle crash for the junior and senior class to demonstrate the negative effects of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.