ALS now accessible in Littleton
July 26, 2018 - als
LITTLETON — Advanced life support services are now accessible to Littleton residents by a internal glow department.
Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski started a routine of removing a dialect services to yield ALS — rather than constrictive by a private association — in 2016, and a permit was awarded progressing this month.
The Fire Department itself will now be means to offer some-more estimable forms of care, such as cardiac monitoring and intravenous drugs, on puncture scenes. Dispatchers are also approved in puncture medical dispatch.
Littleton’s Fire Department will offer a module for a subsequent week with support from adjacent departments. Beginning in August, ALS services will be accessible around a clock.
— CHRIS LISINSKI
Townsend joins ‘Night Out’ list
TOWNSEND — The Police Department will horde a Second Annual National Night Out on Aug. 7 from 6-8 p.m. during North Middlesex Regional High School during 19 Main St.
The giveaway eventuality is partial of a inhabitant community-building debate designed to foster police-community partnerships and safer neighborhoods.
Last year’s event, hold during a library, perceived such a certain response that military motionless to pierce it to a incomparable venue this year, according to Chief Rick Bailey.
Free activities for kids embody acrobatics for toddlers, life-sized Jenga, cornhole, basketball, face portrayal and humanities and crafts.
— ALANA MELANSON
Overdose recognition eventuality Aug.
LOWELL — The organisation Men and Women of Vision Empowering Nations (MOVEN/WOVEN) is partnering with a city and a Police Department for a annual Youth Overdose Awareness Mar on Aug. 4.
According to a release, a impetus starts during 10:30 a.m. during North Common Park, 413 Fletcher St., Lowell. MOVEN/WOVEN is a module of a Dwelling House of Hope, that is not associated to House of Hope.
For information greatfully hit Levenia Furusa, during 978-866-2327 or revisit www.dwellinghouseofhope.org.
— AMARIS CASTILLO
Cars Cans earnings to Dracut
DRACUT — The second annual Cars Cans Car Show will be hold from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Aug. 4 during 1934 Lakeview Ave., Dracut.
The gift eventuality was combined final year by afterwards 16-year-old Alex “Slimey” Lambert of Dracut to collect food and lift income for a Dracut Food Pantry. The sleet date for this year’s fundraiser is Aug. 11.
— AMARIS CASTILLO
Meet and hail for Prinzivalli
LOWELL — Pina Prinzivalli, Republican claimant for a 19th Middlesex District race, will be a featured claimant during a GOP Meet and Rally on Wednesday, Aug. 1. The eventuality will be hold from 6 to 8 p.m. during a Athenian Corner, located during 207 Market St., in Lowell.
Attendees will have a eventuality to accommodate and hail Republican candidates, including Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate, Rick Green for Congress, Joe Espinola for State Senate and more.
The eventuality is free, though donations will be welcome.
— KORI TUITT