The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified, motivated men and women interested in careers in corrections for its 41st Basic Training Academy. The exam is free.
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin administered the oath to Koutoujian, who is just the 30th man to serve as Middlesex Sheriff in the office’s 325-year history.
The police department got its third leader in less than nine months Monday as Brent B. Larrabee became acting commissioner and city officials described the process for getting a permanent leader into office – perhaps by July.
No suspect has been identified in a stabbing that sent a Haverhill man to the hospital early Sunday with non-life-threatening wounds in his back, shoulder and forearm – the first extreme nightclub violence in Central Square since the summer.
The discussion was part of the White House’s “Making Health Care Better” Series, which has looked at progress made at improving the health care system during the Obama administration.
The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office will host a free women’s basic self-defense course called the Rape Aggression Defense program Jan. 9-11.
Acting Police Commissioner Chris Burke will retire rather than lead the Cambridge Police Department longer, concluding a 32-year career.
Ryan Callinan, 29, of Wilmington, was arraigned Thursday in Somerville District Court and charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
The council passed three items relating to Cambridge’s designation as a “Trust Act City,” including an appeal to the city manager to fund “any and all programs that may be in jeopardy should the federal government stop funding sanctuary cities.”
City officials are grappling with questions of what President-Elect Donald Trump’s promise to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities such as Cambridge might mean for the community. And some are worried.