Cape legislators call for review of system after Yarmouth officer’s killing

A Cape Cod Times article written on April 23rd, announces that a delegation that State Representative Will Crocker is on, seeks oversight hearing on cases involving defendant Thomas Latanowich. They seek an oversight hearing in a letter they sent to leaders of the state’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary and Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security. Continue reading

Road funding bill misses 'good repair' benchmark by $500M

A WCVB article written on April 5th, discusses how the House is sticking with the $200 million funding level recommended by Gov. Charlie Baker for annual local road and bridge funding, and notes that Representative Will Crocker is "pleased [that] the House has taken steps to ensure that communities will have additional financial resources available to maintain local road and bridges." Continue reading

Rep. Crocker Announces Campaign Kickoff

A CapeCod.com article written on March 21st,  announces Representative Crocker's re-election campaign kickoff, on Tuesday May 8th. Continue reading

State Rep Crocker Donates Pay Increase to 37 Local Charities

A CapeCod.com article written on March 13th, announces local charities that have received donations from Representative Will Crocker's recent pay raise. Continue reading

Rep. Crocker Adds Name To Letter Seeking School Funding

A CapeCod.com article written on March 7th, discusses Representative Crocker adding his name to a letter seeking school funding because he says, “We need to fully fund our schools. Educating our children should be a priority.” Continue reading

Massachusetts Republicans Urge Congress to Reauthorize Background Check System

A CapeCod.com article written on March 6th, discusses a call on Congress to reauthorize the National Criminal Instant Background Check System as a first step towards addressing gun violence, and Representative Crocker says the bills around these issues “represent another important step in amending, expanding, and strengthening legislation that could be agreeable on both sides of the isle.” Continue reading

Rockland Committee Looking to ‘Nip’ Littering in the Bud

A Wicked Local Rockland article written on March 1st, discusses the issue of Littering in the Commonwealth that brought lawmakers to propose a bill, co-sponsored by several other lawmakers such as Representative Will Crocker, that would amend the state’s bottle bill by requiring a 5-cent deposit to be added to miniature containers that hold an alcoholic beverage with a capacity of five milliliters or less. Continue reading

Learn Emergency Procedures

A Falmouth Enterprise article written on February 25th discusses upcoming event: Emergency Prep With a Rep, where the Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) and state Rep. Will Crocker will partake in an important workshop on Friday, March 16, 2 p.m. by the Massachusetts Office on Disability on how to prepare for an emergency. Continue reading

BARNSTABLE TOWN NOTES

A Barnstable Patriot article written on February 23rd discusses upcoming events in Barnstable, such as Emergency Prep With a Rep, where the Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) and state Rep. Will Crocker will partake in an important workshop on Friday, March 16, 2 p.m. by the Massachusetts Office on Disability on how to prepare for an emergency. Continue reading

Barnstable High School to Receive $30K STEM Grant

In an article on February 15th on CapeCod.com, Representative Will Crocker Comments on Barnstable High's STEM Grant. Continue reading