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We've posted some photos of the Veteran's Day Parade on our photo gallery page. Please stop by and take a look……..
The Veteran's Day Parade for Maynard will be held on Monday, November 12th. The parade will kick off at 10:45 AM at the American Legion (51 Summer Street) and take the following route:
- Proceed down Summer Street to Nason Street
- Right on Nason to Main Street
- Left on Main Street to Summer Street
- Left on Summer Street
- End back at the American Legion
You can expect road closures in the downtown area during this time. Please plan accordingly.
The Town of Maynard will hold Halloween Trick or Treating on Wednesday, 10/31 from 6 to 8 PM.
Please be careful while you are out enjoying the evening.
Due to Hurricane Sandy, all public schools will be closed in Maynard on Tuesday, 10/30.
Due to Hurricane Sandy, all public schools in Maynard will be closed on Monday, 10/29.
We would like to welcome Mark Dubois as the new Chief of the Maynard Police Department. Chief Dubois joins us from the Shrewsbury Police Department where he was previously a lieutenant. He was with the Shrewsbury PD for 12 years and previously the Northborough Police Department where he started his law enforcement career. Chief Dubois is also a Captain in the Judge Advocate General Corp. of the U.S. Army Reserve and a staff instructor at the Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Academy.
Chief Dubois will be in the office on Monday, 10/1. We look forward to working with him.
The Maynard Police Department would like to remind residents to lock their parked motor vehicles overnight.
Over the past few weeks there has been a rash of overnight larcenies to parked motor vehicles. In all these cases the motor vehicles have been unlocked making access very easy to the perpetrators. The Maynard Police Department is currently investigating these larcenies and anyone with information or is a victim please call the Maynard Police Department at 978-897-1011.
The Maynard Police Department offers our condolences to the families, friends, and fellow officers/colleagues of Officer Jose Torres of the Westfield Police Department and Middlesex County Corrections Officer Edward Dillon.
This was put out by the Stow Police Department. Please be aware of this and contact the Maynard Police if you believe you encountered any of these solicitors in Maynard.
"NOTICE: Numerous solicitors have been in and around the area of Stow. These individuals have been promising people to repair driveways with left over material for a discounted price, then charge increase rates when the job is done. Victims in the area are out thousands of dollars for work that has been priced for only hundreds. There are currently no authorized solicitors in Stow, and if anyone comes to your door who you question please contact the Stow Police Department immediately."