No arrests have been made in the case.
Waltham Police are investigating the recent theft of a safe and some cash from the YMCA in Waltham. While no arrests have been made in the case, Waltham Police Sgt. Joseph Guigno said the Dec. 24, 2012 and Jan. 9, 2013 thefts from the YMCA remain under investigation. YMCA staff reported the first break-in at around 7:35 a.m. on Dec. 24 when they opened the facility for the day, Guigno told Waltham Patch. Sometime overnight, at least one robber kicked in a door to the building and broke into an office which contained a safe, Guigno said. The culprit took the safe from the building. Guigno said he did not know what was in the safe. The second robbery occurred sometime between the night of Jan. 9 and morning of Jan. 10, 2013. At around 5 a.m…
Fucci will be the executive director of the Waltham branch of the YMCA of Greater Boston after leading the Oak Square facility.
Friday, January 27, 2012
The following announcement was sent out by the YMCA of Greater Boston: The YMCA of Greater Boston is pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Fucci as the new Executive Director of the Waltham YMCA. Fucci, a Watertown native and Lexington resident, has led the Oak Square YMCA in Brighton, also a part of the YMCA of Greater Boston, for the past ten years. While at the Oak Square Y, Fucci led a team of committed volunteers and staff that resulted in a YMCA that is the center of community life in the Brighton area. More people attend the Oak Square YMCA daily than any other Y locally due to its ability to change lives through a culture of inclusion and accessibility that can be a model for kindred organizations. The Waltham YMCA, along …