LITTLETON — Police Chief Matthew Pinard and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski confirmed today that the Town of Littleton has been notified by Littleton Health officials of a confirmed case of COVID-19 in town.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard is pleased to announce the Littleton Police Department will be participating in the Autism Police Patch Program throughout the month of April. The custom-designed patches will help to increase autism awareness throughout the community and raise money to be donated to the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. The organization provides […]
Chief Matthew J. Pinard would like to remind residents to be vigilant of potential scams around COVID-19, like requesting donations or selling products claiming to cure, prevent or detect the virus. Residents should not partake in any COVID-19 testing from door-to-door solicitors, people who approach them at grocery stores or other community venues, solicitors who […]
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew Pinard reports that a Littleton Police officer rescued a dog that had fallen through the ice earlier this morning. At 10:44 a.m., Littleton Police and Fire were dispatched to Long Lake Beach for a report of a dog that had fallen through the ice. Officer Brian Casey arrived on scene within two […]