Police Chief Thomas Perkins and Town Administrator Anthony Ansaldi report two Danvers residents were issued summons this weekend after allegedly stealing three Black Lives Matter signs from properties in town. A 78-YEAR-OLD DANVERS MAN and a 67-YEAR-OLD DANVERS WOMAN were both issued a summons for three counts of Larceny Under $1,200. On Sunday, July 19 […]
The Wenham Board of Health has “Officially” opened playgrounds and baseball fields in town. Board of Health approved signs are now up and hand sanitizing stations have been installed. The bathrooms have also been re-opened and are being cleaned daily.
Many thanks to those that joined us and #hamiltonma as we raised the Pride flag at Town Hall. Stop by to enjoy the lights and flag through the end of June as we show our support for Pride #wenham #wenhamma (credit for first photo to @hwhumanrights)
As of June 8, 2020 the Wenham Board of Health has announced that tennis courts will re-open. They would like to make the public aware of the following safety guidelines. To see the full list of guidelines and recommendations please visit usta.com/playersafety USTA_COVID19_PlayingTennisSafely-Flyer_BOH edit
Hamilton Town Manager Joseph J. Domelowicz Jr., Police Chief Russell Stevens, Fire Chief Raymond A. Brunet, Wenham Town Administrator Anthony Ansaldi, Police Chief Thomas Perkins and Fire Chief Stephen B. Kavanagh report that a solidarity march took place today at the Hamilton Public Safety Building.
Chief Thomas Perkins would like to remind residents of the new state order regarding the use of face masks or coverings in public. Residents will need to wear a face mask or covering when out in public situations where social distancing may be difficult to maintain, such as when shopping at essential businesses like grocery […]