Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department arrested two women today and charged them with selling drugs.
With the Fourth of July tomorrow, Chief Matthew J. Pinard urges residents to leave fireworks to the professionals and reminds them that possessing or using fireworks in the state of Massachusetts is against the law.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard and the Little Police Department wish to remind residents of the dangers of impaired driving prior to the July 4 holiday, which is traditionally among the deadliest times of the year on American roadways.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard would like to announce that a cooling center will be available for Littleton residents to use during the current heat wave.
The Foster Street railroad crossing has been cleared following a crash involving an MBTA Commuter Rail train and a tractor trailer.