PLAINVILLE — Fire Chief Richard Ball reports that the Plainville Fire Department and its mutual aid partners responded to three serious incidents in just 13 minutes on Monday afternoon.
WEST NEWBURY — Chief Michael Dwyer reports that the West Newbury Police and Fire Departments responded to a crash involving a utility pole on South Street Monday afternoon.
Union Fire District of South Kingstown Adds New Pumper Truck, Engine 21, to Serve Tuckertown Station
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Chief Steven Pinch reports that the Union Fire District of South Kingstown has put a new vehicle into service to help serve the needs of residents.
NORTON – Chief Shawn Simmons reports that the Norton Fire Department responded after part of a tree struck a tree trimmer this evening.
Union Fire District of South Kingstown and Kingston Fire District Once Again Offering Scholarships to Local Students
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — Chief Steven Pinch of the Union Fire District of South Kingstown and Chief Tom Reed of the Kingston Fire District are pleased to announce that the two departments, in conjunction with the Town of South Kingstown, will once again be offering scholarships this year to area students.
HINGHAM — The Hingham Commission on Disabilities, the Hingham Police and Fire Departments and the South Shore Regional Emergency Communications Center would like to share with residents information on the Town of Hingham’s Exceptional Needs Registry.
NORTH READING — Chief Don Stats is proud to share that a member of the North Reading Fire Department saved a person’s life while off-duty last weekend.
IPSWICH — Chief Paul J. Parisi reports that the Ipswich Fire Department, with support from the Ipswich Police Department and the Ipswich Department of Public Works, responded to a brush fire that caused an injury on Monday morning.
STONEHAM — A year after a rare combination of sunlight, curved glass, and combustible materials caused a three-alarm structure fire in Stoneham, the Stoneham Fire Department is drawing attention to the case as an example of a thorough investigation that used the scientific method to follow the evidence beyond early theories to reach the truth.
BRIDGEWATER — Town Manager Michael Dutton, Town Council President Matthew Rushton, Fire Chief Michael MacDermott, and the Fire Station Building Committee wish to share the following statement thanking voters for their approval of the Proposition 2 1/2 debt exclusion associated with fire facilities projects during today’s Town Election: