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Voters approved a referendum to shut the fire department; the city has a contract with a volunteer fire department. ...
He allowed police to apply for and receive grants, while telling several fire departments they could not apply for the state money. ...
The two are trying to halt $189,000 to remodel and add on to the fire station. ...
After 26 years, the founder is using money from a reverse mortgage and his NYFD pension to fund the volunteer agency, and hopes to raise $125,000 to receive a reimbursement grant. ...
Firefighters told council members it wasn't a good idea to shut a station down and that they would be putting people's lives in jeopardy ...
Two key pieces of legislation were made law by the efforts of firefighters; similar effort is needed in 2015 to protect our interests. ...
After tax increases failed twice, the Washington fire department is laying off firefighters and responding with unsafe staffing levels. ...
While some debate its purpose, this bill redefines EMS in the federal government, establishes grant programs and helps determine how funding is delegated. ...
We can ill afford to whiff at an opportunity to give volunteer firefighters a much needed break and reward for their efforts. ...
The judge said the provision doesn't allow the city to prevent the union from seeking binding arbitration over a minimum manning cut ...
The bill would help bolster staffing by allowing them to claim a portion of the value of the services they donate each year as a charitable donation ...
Greg Brown was found guilty in 1997 of second-degree murder, arson and conspiracy and sentenced to three life prison terms ...
The trio displayed little emotion when the verdicts were read and left the courtroom without comment ...
The judge ruled there were too many inconsistencies with the testimonies to find the firefighter guilty beyond a reasonable doubt ...
Chief Mark Ladas and his wife are accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars, tax evasion and filing false tax returns ...
The charge was enhanced to a first-degree felony, punishable by five to 99 years or life in prison because he has a prior felony conviction ...
Patrick Kneisley, 23, is being charged with arson, malicious burning and destruction of property ...
He was charged with unlawful discharge of a firearm and second-degree reckless endangerment after he accidentally shot a friend in the jaw ...
If convicted of deliberate homicide, Markus Kaarma, a 30-year-old firefighter, could face up to 10 years in prison ...
The lawsuit alleges a problematic work environment, one that not only put firefighters at risk but the people it serves as well ...