Hamilton Police Department Accreditation Award

“This is an impressive accomplishment for the Hamilton Police Department and all of the officers and personnel who work with the Hamilton Police and the citizens they serve should be proud. However, I am not at all surprised at this announcement, because Chief Stevens and his officers have set an incredibly high standard for their … Continued

Hamilton Police Assist in Merrimack Valley

Hamilton Police officers have been sent to the Merrimack Valley to help in the aftermath of dozens of gas-fed explosions and fires on Thursday evening, Sept. 13. “We have sent police officers on a mutual aid request to assist with going door-to-door,” Hamilton Police Chief Russell Stevens said on Friday morning, Sept. 14. Electric service … Continued

Free Froyo For Safe Bicyclists

Now that school’s out for the summer and the weather is getting warmer, be aware of more kids out and about on their bikes. And what better way to enjoy the summer after a hot day than to cool off with some frozen yogurt. The Hamilton Police Department, Hamilton’s Public Health Nurse Chris Lee and … Continued

Police Chief Speaks to High School Seniors

Hamilton Police Chief Russell Stevens recently spent some time speaking with senior students at the Landmark School in Beverly. He discussed community policing and good citizenship during his visit on on Tuesday, April 3. Stevens has addressed students at Landmark for the past several years at the request of longtime Landmark educator, Paula Brand, wife … Continued

Hamilton Firefighters Battle Fire That Fully Engulfs Building

An unoccupied building near Chebacco Lake was badly damaged in a fire on Friday afternoon, March 16, according to Hamilton Fire Chief Philip Stevens. The fire at 146 Gregory Island Road was reported at 1:09 p.m. The building was heavily involved in fire when the first Hamilton firefighters arrived and a heavy wind was blowing. … Continued