Ipswich Police Officers Receive Commendations for Helping to Save Critically Injured Man in Boating Crash

Ipswich Police Officers Receive Commendations for Helping to Save Critically Injured Man in Boating Crash

Chief Paul A. Nikas is pleased to announce that two Ipswich Police Officers were recently recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty after an Ipswich man was seriously injured in a boating incident this summer. On Thursday, Nov. 5, Lt. Jonathan Hubbard and Officer Brian Murphy were awarded letters of commendation from […]

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Ipswich Police Charge Man After Abandoning Vehicle Following Single Car Crash

Ipswich Police Charge Man After Abandoning Vehicle Following Single Car Crash

IPSWICH — Police Chief Paul A. Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department filed charges against an individual Monday evening who abandoned his vehicle and fled on foot following a single car motor vehicle crash. CRAIG GEORGE MANNETTA, AGE 32, OF PEABODY was charged with: Operating after license revoked Leaving the scene of a crash with […]

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Ipswich Police Invite Community Members to Complete Survey for Harbor Management Plan

Ipswich Police Invite Community Members to Complete Survey for Harbor Management Plan

Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul Nikas invites community members to complete a new online survey to help with the development of a short and long term management plan for many of Ipswich’s waterways. The survey can be found here and will be open until Oct. 15. Community members including residents, business owners and employees, commercial […]

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Ipswich and Middleton Fire Departments Mourn Passing of Retired Chief Due to Cancer

IPSWICH — Chief Andy Theriault and the Ipswich Fire Department, and Chief Thomas Martinuk and the Middleton Fire Department, regretfully announce the passing of retired Chief Henry Michalski on Friday, July 31, after a battle with cancer. He was 72. Chief Michalski served as a member of the Middleton Fire Department and rose through the […]

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Ipswich Police Respond to Boating Incident Resulting in Serious Injury

IPSWICH — Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul A. Nikas reports that Ipswich Police responded today to a serious boating crash in which a 19-year-old Ipswich man sustained serious, life-threatening injuries. At approximately 2:57 p.m. Ipswich Police responded to a report that a man had been seriously injured in an incident involving a 19 foot, center console […]

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Ipswich Police Department Shares Update on Town Wharf Project

IPSWICH — Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul A. Nikas would like to share an update on the construction work for the boat ramp and ramp walls at the Town Wharf. In mid-April, crews began working to replace the ramp walls and structure, and cap the sea wall. However, in mid-May it was announced that further study […]

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