EASTON — The Easton Fire Department is pleased to announce that many fire chiefs from the region, local firefighters and police officers, state and local officials, Easton’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and members of the community gathered Wednesday to celebrate the retirement of Chief Kevin Partridge.
To celebrate Fire Prevention Week, Chief Kevin Partridge is pleased to invite residents to the Easton Fire Department’s annual Open House.
Chief Kevin Partridge would like to notify Easton residents that the town will be opening a cooling center today and tomorrow as temperatures are expected reach into the 90s over the next few days.
Chief Kevin Partridge is pleased to report that significant progress has been made in the ongoing addition and renovation project at Station 2, 85 Depot St.
Chief Kevin Partridge is pleased to announce that the Easton Fire Department will be unveiling its brand-new truck, Engine 12, at a christening or “wet-down” ceremony early next week.
Chief Kevin Partridge reports that the Easton Fire Department extinguished a fire in the attic of a condominium complex early Monday morning.
Chief Kevin Partridge and the Easton Fire Department are pleased to announce that the State Open Burning Season will run from Jan. 15 through May 1, and the Town will be utilizing a new online permitting system this year.
Chief Kevin Partridge reports that the Easton Fire Department extinguished a grill fire outside of a home Tuesday night.
Chief Kevin Partridge is pleased to announce that Easton Fire Capt. James Walsh is retiring today after 38 years in the fire service.
Chief Kevin Partridge is pleased to announce that the Easton Fire Department will be hosting the Easton Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training classes next month and that new volunteers are being sought to join the team.