Bringing out the natural beauty of your surroundings, while enhancing the value of your property is what we do! Seasonal and annual flower displays will capture the attention of your neighbors and other visitors passing by! It's the little things that really help bring your yard together! (978) 640-0957 ... See MoreSee Less
The Tewksbury Police Department is investigating suspicious activity in the area of Apache Way. We are looking for a suspect described as a tall male wearing a pink shirt and a face mask. If seen, please call the Tewksbury Police Department at 978-851-7373. ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosThe Tewksbury Police Department seeks highly motivated proactive police officers for lateral transfer to this Department. Applicants must have Civil Service status under Chapter 31 and be eligible for transfer. Applicants must have successfully completed a MPTC full-time police academy, possess solid problem solving ability, and have strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates will be subject to a background investigation, medical evaluation, and psychological screening.
The Town of Tewksbury is located on the southern border of the City of Lowell and has approximately 33,000 residents served by 63 full-time sworn police officers. Specialty assignments include Detectives, Drug Unit, K-9, Motorcycle Unit, ATV Unit, School Resource Officer, Community Service Officer, Family Service Officer, and all NEMLEC Units.
Current Salary: $49,491 - $62,588 plus full education incentive and longevity to qualified applicants along with a generous benefits package. Education and experience will determine starting salary and vacation time. Applications can be picked up at the Tewksbury Police Department, 918 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA, or downloaded from the Department’s website: www.tewksbury-ma.gov/police-department/files/tpd-employment-application-2020
The Town of Tewksbury is an equal opportunity employer. Interested applicants should forward cover letter, resume, and application to:
Ryan M. Columbus, Chief of Police Tewksbury Police Department 918 Main Street Tewksbury, Ma 01876
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Your patio should be as comfortable as your living room! We work with you to create the outdoor space you want, all while enhancing the value of your home and bringing your family together! Request an estimate on our website, or head over to our portfolio and see all of our other great projects! (978) 640-0957 www.mcleodlandscaping.com/... See MoreSee Less
When temperatures rise, it’s time to move the DIY work outside and your landscape should be the first project you tackle. The following 7 landscaping tips are so easy and quick, even those who dread...
The The Whoo(pie) Wagon will be with us next Tuesday, July 14, 2020 in the Tewksbury Public Library's parking lot. While the market runs from 4pm to 7pm, please note the Whoopie Wagon will only be here from 5:30pm to 7pm.
YOU MUST PRE-ORDER! There will be no on-site sales. There are 22 mouth-watering flavors to choose from! Place your orders here: topsfield-bakeshop-inc.square.site/. The Wagon is asking customers pick up their orders based on last names -- A-G (5:30pm-6pm), H-O (6pm-6:30pm) & P-Z (6:30pm-7pm).
Have a question? Contact Community Outreach Librarian Robert Hayes at 978-640-4490 x 205 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Landscapes that require minimum time and money to maintain require thoughtful planning and installation. Choose structures, plants, ground-coverings and systems that will help to reduce watering, weed...
Not only does having a brand-new walkway help to make the entrance of your home look new, but it also helps prevent visitors from falling. A nice walkway can help pave the way to a better home! Learn more at www.mcleodlandscaping.com/... See MoreSee Less
We continue to receive a high volume of unemployment fraud being reported, and we are glad to help. If you are a victim please read…
The guidance issued to us advises victims to contact the Massachusetts Department of Revenue - Department of Unemployment Assistance Customer Service line (877) 626-6800. There is an online form that can be completed by the victim, accessible at this link: www.mass.gov/forms/unemployment-fraud-reporting-form.
Additional guidance can be found on the Mass.gov website, including steps for individuals to take if they believe they may be the victim of identity theft/fraud, as well as the contact information for reporting the fraud to other government agencies, if applicable (RMV, SSA, USPIS):