Interesting article on Firefighters and the risks of cancer. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Saying goodbye to the Lonsdale, RI Fire Station. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Cataldo Ambulance of Massachusetts has purchased Lyons Ambulance Service, also of Massachusetts.
The U.S. Coast Guard has unveiled list of the first 11 names of a new class of cutter. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Seekonk, Mass opens firefighting musuem. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Press release from the U.S. Coast Guard- The Coast Guard will decommission its eighth high endurance cutter after nearly 50 years of service as part of recapitalization efforts during a ceremony at Base Honolulu, Tuesday.
The U.S. Coast Guard commissioned the 154' fast response cutter John McCormick in Ketchikan, AK on April 12th.
Retird Pittsfield, MA Firefighter saves 2 dogs from burning building. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Deceased Hampton, New Hampshire Firefighter honored. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Stratford, CT Firefighters launch benefit for family of fallen firefighter. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
United States Coast Guard- has commissioned the 6th National Security Cutter. The USCGC Munro (WMSL 755) is a 418 foot "capable of executing the most challenging national security missions, including support to U.S. combatant commanders."
Connecticut man offers firefighters one last ride after they pass away. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
The U.S. Coast Guard will be decommissioning two 110' Island Class Cutters, Cushing and Nantucket, on Wednesday March 8th, 2017.
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Lawrence O. Larson, a 154 Sentinel Class Fast Response Cutter, is scheduled to be commissioned on March 18th in Cape May, NJ. The Cutter is named after Lawrence O. Lawson, who served with the United States Lifesaving Service in Evanston, Ill. He led the crew of his oar-powered surfboat into icy, stormy waters to rescue the entire crew of the steamship Calumet.
Fire damages artifacts at State Police Museum. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Orange County, CA Fire Station lost in fire. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.
Vermont Fire Department struggle to pay new ambulance tax. CLICK FOR ARTICLE.