Lawmakers are weighing a bill that would create a uniform warning and safety flag program for all Massachusetts beaches.
The search for missing Rockport toddler Caleigh Harrison resumed Wednesday, five days after a pair of pink pants washed ashore in Gloucester.
The remains of a pair of pants that washed ashore in Gloucester last week may be linked to a 2-year-old girl who vanished off a Rockport beach last spring.
Two families who have faced tragedy are teaming up to help the town of Gloucester. Missing toddler Caleigh Harrison’s family joined the Molly Bish Foundation to help make identification kits for kids at St. Peter’s Fiesta.
A neglect case has been opened against Allison Hammond out of concern for the welfare of Caleigh’s older sister, four-year-old Elizabeth.
Caleigh Harrison’s mother says she has done nothing wrong and that she is a good parent. She is now under investigation by the state for possible neglect.
The father of Caleigh Harrison says he did not send child services to check on his other daughter.
The Rockport/State Police team investigating the disappearance filed a civil 51A report with the Department of Children and Families.