Thursday Newscast: Gloucester Fire & Police Swear in New Members Tonight (Photos) – Salem Tavern License Penalty Deemed Too Harsh; Stories from Lynn and Saugus; Lynnway Car Crash

NORTH SHORE – (Audio) NST headlines:  Salem Tavern license penalty deemed too harsh; Stories in the news from Lynn and Saugus; Lynnway car crash (see below)

North Shore Today newscast with Bill Newell and Rick Moore


GLOUCESTER — Interim Police Chief John McCarthy and Fire Chief Eric Smith are pleased to announce that their departments will each swear in new members and promoted officers during a ceremony tonight.

Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken
Chief Eric Smith
Chief John McCarthy
New and promoted members of the Gloucester Police and Fire Departments

Thursday, Jan. 11, at 5 p.m.

Gloucester City Hall, 9 Dale Ave.

The Gloucester Police and Fire Departments will award formal promotions to several of their members and each will welcome new members of their respective rosters.

Gloucester Police will promote Joseph Balbo, Jerome Ciolino, Jr. and Christopher J. Frates to the rank of sergeants, as well as Eugene McDonald and Jeremiah Nicastro to the rank of lieutenants. Bryan Sanborn will also be sworn in as an officer.

The Gloucester Fire Department is promoting Gaetano LoGrande to the rank of deputy chief, Dominic Barbagallo to the rank of captain and Kevin Gargan to the rank of lieutenant.

Matthew Aiello, Thomas Aldrich, Alison Demeule, James Hannon III and David Osier will all be sworn into the department as firefighter/paramedics.

ted professionals serving our community. – at Gloucester City Hall

There was a three car crash Wednesday morning at the Lynnway / Commercial Street. One person was taken to the hospital 

In case you missed this video, this week’s Lynn Fire Department press conference at 26 Broad Street, following Monday fire. Fire update from chief and daring rescue story from two Lynn firemen.

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