ARLINGTON — Amidst challenges faced by first responders during the COVID-19 global health pandemic, like balancing mental health needs and maintaining personal protective supplies, support from both their co-workers and the communities they serve has proved vital for staff at Armstrong Ambulance.
Town of Middleborough Renews Middleborough Fire Department’s Contract with Brewster Ambulance Service
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes and Chief Lance Benjamino are pleased to announce that the Town of Middleborough and the Middleborough Fire Department have signed a new three-year contract with Brewster Ambulance Service.
Georgetown Fire Chief Fred Mitchell, Groveland Fire Chief Robert Valentine and West Newbury Fire Chief Michael Dwyer announce that this year’s Firefighter Memorial Sunday event will be postponed until further notice.
BURLINGTON — Fire Chief Michael Patterson is pleased to announce that the Burlington Fire Department will honor its emergency medical personnel this week as part of national EMS week.
CANTON — Chief Charles E. Doody is pleased to announce that the Canton Fire Department will honor its emergency medical personnel this week as part of national EMS week.
BERKLEY — Chief Scott Fournier is pleased to announce that Berkley Fire Rescue will honor its emergency medical personnel this week as part of national EMS week.
DIGHTON — Chief Christopher Maguy is pleased to announce that the Dighton Fire Department will honor its emergency medical personnel this week as part of national EMS week.
LEBANON, Maine — The Lebanon Board of Selectmen is today providing an update on a series of actions taken to review and improve the Lebanon Fire and EMS Department.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance and The Massachusetts Ambulance Association is joining other private ambulance providers in the #DontForgetEMS campaign in an effort to gain access to personal protective equipment set aside by Amazon for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke and the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center wish to provide the community with an update on the Center’s operations and would like to inform the public of what to expect when they call 911 in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.