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Carbondale Fire Department, Red Cross Install Free Smoke Alarms

CARBONDALE — While many folks were off for the holiday, the Carbondale Fire Department and the American Red Cross spent Martin Luther King Day helping others. 317 more words


Open Burning Season Begins Today!

Open Burning January 15 – May 1, 10-4.

Permits are not required however you must call the fire department on the morning you wish to burn… 23 more words


Open Burning Season Begins Tomorrow!

Starting Tomorrow, Open Burning Season January 15 – May 1 between the hours of 10-4.

Permits are not required however you must call the fire department on the morning you wish to burn: Cotuit Fire Department (508)428-2210 will give you the ok to proceed, weather dependent. 6 more words


Thursday January 11, 2018

Please give me a moment to dig my soapbox out of the shed and set it up in the middle of the virtual ‘Town Square’ that is built around this blog and make a public service announcements. 364 more words


A working smoke alarm is key to fire safety (Interview from Nov. 9, 2017)


Tim Beckett, Fire Chief for the City of Mississauga warns that without a working smoke alarm in your home, the chances of escaping a fire are very low. Read more…

Peel Region

Kamala Mills fire: Two '1 Above' pub owners nabbed, one still absconding

The Sanghvi brothers, who were on the run since the incident, were arrested from the Andheri area

Jigar Sanghvi and Kripesh Sanghvi, ‘1 Above’ pub co-owners wanted in connection with the December 29 Kamala Mills fire that claimed 14 lives, were arrested on Wednesday, police said. 131 more words


Oshawa fire hero remembered for life of selfless acts

TORONTO STAR by Victoria Gibson, Staff Reporter and Jaren Kerr, Staff Reporter

Steven Macdonald ran into a burning home to save his pregnant daughter, witness says, and then rushed back to try to save more kids but didn’t make it back out. Read more…