Matthew McAveeney was captured in Belmont North Carolina and charged with being a fugitive from justice. McAveeney will be transported back to Massachusetts and charged with murder and other offenses related to the death of his mother, Barbara McAveeney at the Parkview Condominiums. The Winchester Police Department would like to thank all agencies involved with […]
Snow Emergency, January 2, 2014
The Town of Winchester is issuing a snow emergency on Thursday January 2nd, 2014 starting at 4:00 PM continuing through 12:00 PM, Friday January 3rd. During these hours it is advised not to travel if possible. All parked vehicles are to be off the street on private property to allow for snow removal. Any vehicle unable to be placed on private property can be parked at the Town Hall/Jenks Center parking lot for the duration of the storm. Any vehicle not removed from the roadway during the emergency will be subject to ticket, tow or both.
Snow accumulations are predicted to be up to a foot of snow. Dangerous travel conditions will develop early this evening and into the night as the snow intensifies.
For emergencies dial 911 or contact the Winchester Police Department at 781-729-1212.
For snow removal issues please contact the Winchester Department of Public Works at 781-721-7100.
- Winter Parking Ban is in effect.
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