EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren and the East Kingston Fire Department would like to share the following safety tips with residents to prevent fires caused by improperly discarded smoking materials and ashes.
East Kingston Fire Department Reminds Residents to Test Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms When Changing Their Clocks
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren and the East Kingston Fire Department wish to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and check the batteries in each when they move their clocks ahead to start daylight saving time Sunday.
KINGSTON, N.H. — East Kingston Fire Chief Ed Warren, serving as the incident commander, reports that fire crews from multiple communities battled a blaze that caused serious damage to the family home of Kingston Fire Chief Graham Pellerin on Sunday evening. Firefighters were dispatched at 5:42 p.m. to a 9 Woodland Drive for a report […]
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — As a part of Burn Awareness Week, Chief Ed Warren and the East Kingston Fire Department would like to remind residents of safety tips and precautions in hopes of preventing burn-related injuries.
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren and the East Kingston Fire Department wish to remind residents to always be aware of the dangers of thin ice and to share tips for remaining safe on the ice.
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren is pleased to announce the East Kingston Fire Department was selected to receive a $7,500 grant from Enbridge Energy.
Chief Ed Warren is pleased to share that the East Kingston Fire Department has received a multitude of donations for a family that was affected by a house fire on Sunday, Dec. 15.
East Kingston Fire Department Extinguishes House Fire, Works to Collect Donations for Impacted Family
EAST KINGSTON, N.H. — Chief Ed Warren reports that the East Kingston Fire Department responded to a one-alarm house fire on Sunday, and is now accepting donations to replace Christmas gifts and other belongings destroyed in the blaze.
The East Kingston Fire Department responded after a passenger train collided with a vehicle that had become stuck on the tracks earlier today.
Please support the East Kingston, N.H. Fire Department, which is hosting its annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, May 6 at the East Kingston fire station, located at 5 Main St. Tickets are just $6 per person — all you can eat! JGPR encourages you to support our client, located just minutes from the Massachusetts border.