ATTLEBORO — Chief Scott Lachance and the Attleboro Fire Department would like to announce that the State Open Burning Season will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and end on Friday, May 1.
ATTLEBORO — Chief Scott T. Lachance and the Attleboro Fire Department would like to remind residents of the upcoming hands-free law for drivers.
Chief Scott T. Lachance is pleased to announce that the Attleboro Fire Department recently received its brand-new engine and is currently preparing the truck for service.
With National Poison Prevention Week ongoing, Chief Scott Lachance wishes to remind Attleboro residents of the dangers of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
Chief Scott Lachance and the Attleboro Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend as daylight saving time approaches.
Chief Scott T. Lachance reports that the Attleboro Fire Department responded to a serious motor vehicle crash early Thursday morning where two people were injured.
Chief Scott T. Lachance is pleased to announce that the Attleboro Fire Department has been awarded two grants that will help support the department’s ongoing Student Awareness of Fire Education (S.A.F.E.) programs.
Chief Scott T. Lachance regrets to announce that Attleboro Firefighter Thomas Albert Cannon died on Monday after collapsing while on-duty Sunday afternoon.
Chief Scott T. Lachance is pleased to announce that Attleboro Firefighter Kelsea L. LeBlanc was sworn in during a ceremony at City Hall this week.
Chief Scott T. Lachance is pleased to announce that two Attleboro firefighters, who delivered a baby girl in the back of an ambulance last week, met the newborn and her parents for the first time since her birth on Thursday.