NORTH HAVEN — Chief Paul Januszewski and the North Haven Fire Department would like to inform residents that high-frequency tone smoke alarms are not effective in waking sleeping pre-teens.
ENFIELD — As residents prepare to take down their decorations and clean up after the holidays, Chief Edward N. Richards and Enfield Fire District No. 1 encourage residents to remove their Christmas trees as soon as possible.
RANDOLPH — Chief Richard Donovan is pleased to share that the Randolph Fire Department, in collaboration with the Randolph Elder Affairs Department, recently handed out “Stay Safe At Home” bags to seniors in Randolph.
RAYNHAM — Chief Bryan LaCivita and the Raynham Fire Department would like to provide safety tips to ensure residents stay safe while baking and preparing their holiday meals over the coming weeks.
Union Fire District of South Kingstown Offers Fire Safety Tips as University of Rhode Island Students Resume Classes
SOUTH KINGSTOWN — As University of Rhode Island students return to campus and off-campus housing, Chief Steven Pinch of the Union Fire District, Chief Nate Barrington of the Kingston Fire District, and URI Assistant Director of Public Safety Samuel Adams would like to remind students to take several steps to avoid fire dangers in their residence halls, homes and apartments.
ENFIELD — Fire Chief Edward Richards of Enfield Fire District No. 1 would like to remind residents of the following safety tips as they prepare to use outdoor fire pits and grills in the coming weeks and months.
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Chief Lance Benjamino and the Middleborough Fire Department would like to provide some seasonal safety tips for residents given the warmer weather this week and the fact that many people are following the stay-at-home advisory during the COVID-19 health crisis.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody and the Canton Fire Department would like to provide some seasonal safety tips for residents given the warmer weather this week and the fact that many people are following the stay-at-home advisory during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center Reminds Residents to Test Fire and CO Alarms During Daylight Saving
HOLBROOK — Director Steve Hooke and the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center would like to remind residents to test their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when setting the clocks ahead for daylight saving time.
Gloucester Fire Department Awarded State Grant for Student Awareness of Fire Education Program and Senior SAFE Program
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith and State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey are pleased to report that the Gloucester Fire Department has been awarded $4,565 for the Fiscal Year 2020 Student Awareness of Fire Education (S.A.F.E.) Program and $2,552 for the Senior SAFE Program by the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services.