Chief James T. Januse is pleased to announce that Barrett Johnson will be promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief on July 1.
The Raynham Fire Department is pleased to announce that Bryan LaCivita has been appointed as its new chief.
With National Poison Prevention Week ongoing, Chief James Januse wishes to remind Raynham residents of the dangers of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
Chief James Januse is pleased to announce that Firefighter Trevor Chute graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy (MFA) Friday.
Chief James T. Januse is pleased to announce that Deputy Chief Bryan LaCivita graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy’s Chief Fire Officer Management Training Program today.
Chief James T. Januse reports that the Raynham Fire Department extinguished a house fire that started in an electrical outlet where Christmas decorations were plugged in Monday morning.
RAYNHAM — As residents prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving next week, Fire Chief James T. Januse and the Raynham Fire Department would like to provide several important cooking safety tips.
Fire Chief James Januse and Police Chief James Donovan report that a woman was seriously injured in a crash on Route 138 in Raynham Wednesday morning.
With Halloween next week, Fire Chief James T. Januse and Police Chief James Donovan would like to offer Raynham residents some important tips to ensure everyone celebrates safely and responsibly.
Chief James T. Januse is pleased to announce that Raynham Fire Deputy Chief Bryan LaCivita was granted accreditation for the level of fire chief by the Massachusetts Fire Service Commission (FSC) on Oct. 16.