Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and Fire Chief Robert Valentine announce that the Groveland Police and Fire Departments will discontinue drive-by parades for birthdays and other events on Monday, June 1 as COVID-19 restrictions begin to lessen.
Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and Fire Chief Robert Valentine report that Groveland Police and Fire responded to a crash early this morning where a car drove into a house.
Chief Robert Valentine would like to remind Groveland residents to practice safe grilling habits while cooking outdoors this season. Between 2014 and 2018, Massachusetts fire departments responded to 474 fires involving grills, hibachis or barbecues, according to the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services. These fires caused 19 civilian injuries, seven firefighter injuries and $3.8 million […]
Chief Robert Valentine reports that the Groveland Fire Department responded to a back deck fire in town Sunday night. At approximately 8:10 p.m., the Groveland Fire Department responded to a report of a small fire at a home at 15 Highland Ave. A preliminary investigation indicates that the fire was caused when cold chicken wings were […]
GROVELAND — Groveland Fire Chief Robert Valentine would like to announce that burning permits for the State Open Burning Season can now be applied for online. Burning permits from previous seasons do not carry over from year-to-year. All residents need to re-apply for a permit and can do so online by visiting the Groveland Fire Department’s website here. […]