TAUNTON — Chief Timothy J. Bradshaw reports that the Taunton Fire Department and mutual aid partners battled a four-alarm fire in a commercial building adjacent to the Mill River.
TAUNTON — Chief Timothy Bradshaw is pleased to announce that Firefighter Sarah Riendeau has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant, becoming the first female firefighter promoted to officer rank in the history of the Taunton Fire Department.
TAUNTON — Police Chief Edward J. Walsh and Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw report that the Taunton Police and Fire Departments responded to a serious motor vehicle crash on Myles Standish Boulevard last night.
TAUNTON — Chief Timothy Bradshaw and the Taunton Fire Department would like to provide safety tips to ensure residents stay safe while baking and preparing their holiday meals over the coming days and weeks.
Taunton Fire Department Responds To Motor Vehicle Fire at Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School
TAUNTON — Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School Superintendent-Director Dr. Alexandre Magalhaes and Taunton Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw report that fire personnel responded to a motor vehicle fire at the school this afternoon.
TAUNTON — Chief Timothy Bradshaw would like to report that the Taunton Fire Department is working to extinguish a fire involving roughly 30 vehicles in the lot of an auto auction in East Taunton.
TAUNTON —Chief Timothy Bradshaw is pleased to announce that the Taunton Fire Department was awarded a Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grant that will support increased staffing for the department.
TAUNTON — In recognition of National Preparedness Month — observed each September to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies — Chief Timothy Bradshaw and the Taunton Fire Department would like to share guidance and tips for residents.
TAUNTON — Police Chief Edward J. Walsh and Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw would like to remind Taunton residents that the recreational use of fireworks in Massachusetts is illegal.
TAUNTON — With multiple 90-plus degree days already occurring in 2021, Fire Chief Timothy Bradshaw would like to remind Taunton residents to take safety precautions during activities during particularly hot days, especially those that take place outdoors.