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 […]
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 […]
Chief Thomas Perkins and the Wenham Police Department regretfully announce the passing of retired Capt. Jeffrey Tobey. Capt. Tobey retired from the Wenham Police Department in 2017 following 32 years of service to the community and, for the last three years, had been battling kidney cancer. He succumbed to the disease on Saturday, April 18, […]
Town Administrator Anthony Ansaldi would like to inform residents that the Town of Wenham has declared a state of emergency in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, there are no known positive or presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Wenham. The town has declared a local state of emergency and has activated […]
WENHAM — Chief of Police Thomas Perkins and Fire Chief Stephen Kavanagh, out of an abundance of caution, announce that the Wenham Police and Fire Departments will temporarily suspend non-emergency walk-in services in response to COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus.
WENHAM— The Towns of Wenham and Hamilton met with representatives of Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District recently for a collaborative public health and safety meeting regarding the 2019 new coronavirus, COVID-19.