The Topsfield Fire Department announced promotions for two lieutenants, honored six veteran firefighters and the hiring of a new firefighter.
The Rochester Fire Department wishes to provide the following updates in the wake of the serious storm that impacted the area Sunday night.
The Arlington Police and Fire Departments responded and resuscitated a man after he apparently overdosed on opioids and crashed his vehicle.
Gloucester Firefighter Doug Sherman has returned home following a three-week deployment to Florida and Puerto Rico to help with hurricane recovery.
Northeast Regional Ambulance Service earned full re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services.
Burlington Police Department Hosts Exercise To Prepare for Possible Active Shooter at Burlington Mall
Burlington Police hosted more than a dozen other public safety agencies for an exercise designed to prepare for a potential shooter at the Burlington Mall.
Action Ambulance calls attention to a GoFundMe.com account to benefit Andover teenager Jack Gerard, who was paralyzed during a swimming accident on Cape Cod this summer.
CAMBRIDGE — Two north of Boston residents are inviting first responders, medical personnel and sports enthusiasts to participate in some friendly competition at the fourth annual Memorial Basketball Tournament to benefit the Officer Sean A. Collier Self Sponsor Scholarship.
Gallery: Gloucester Fire, Police and AGH Officials Recount Record-Setting Use Of Compression System to Save Life
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Fire Department, along with representatives from Addison Gilbert Hospital, gathered today to meet the man’s life they saved in February after he went into cardiac arrest. First responders used the revolutionary LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System to keep the Gloucester resident alive — setting the record for the longest continual usage of the device in Massachusetts and New Engla
*Media Advisory* Gloucester Fire, Police and AGH Officials to Discuss Record-Setting Use Of Compression System to Save Life
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Fire Department, with assistance from doctors at Addison Gilbert Hospital, saved a man’s life who went into cardiac arrest by employing the revolutionary LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System — setting the record for the longest continual usage of the device in Massachusetts and New England.