STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton is pleased to announce that the Stoneham Fire Department is one of nearly 300 fire departments across the state to have been awarded a grant as part of the Department of Fire Services Fiscal Year 2021 Firefighter Safety Equipment Grant Program.
Stoneham Fire Department Receives State Grant for Student Awareness Fire Education Program and Senior SAFE Program
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton is pleased to announce that the Stoneham Fire Department has been awarded $5,281 for the Fiscal Year 2021 Student Awareness of Fire Education (S.A.F.E.) Program and $2,680 for the Senior SAFE Program by the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services.
Stoneham Fire Department Reminds Residents to Test Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms When Changing Their Clocks
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton and the Stoneham 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.
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton reports the Stoneham Fire Department responded after a man fell through the ice at Quarter Mile Pond this afternoon.
WAKEFIELD– Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Superintendent David DiBarri are pleased to announce a collaboration between the Stoneham Fire Department and Northeast Metro Tech.
STONEHAM — As a part of Burn Awareness Week, Chief Matthew Grafton and the Stoneham Fire Department would like to remind residents of safety tips and precautions in hopes of preventing burn-related injuries.
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton reports that the Stoneham Fire Department extinguished a two-alarm attic fire on Country Club road tonight.
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton wishes to remind residents to always be aware of the dangers of thin ice and to share tips for remaining safe on the ice.
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton reports that the Stoneham Fire Department responded to a fire on the third floor of a single family home on Monday.
STONEHAM — Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Police Chief James McIntyre recommend that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for hazardous weather as temperatures continue to drop and the region prepares for the first potential major winter storm of the season.