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By Duane W. Gang The Press EnterpriseRIVERSIDE, Calif. — Riverside County is considering shutting three fire stations and laying off firefighters in unincorporated areas to ...
By Randy Ludlow The Columbus DispatchCHILLICOTHE, Ohio — Chillicothe Mayor Joseph Sulzer didn't need to read any lips after Tuesday's election. He well understood the ...
By Jim Stevens The Milwaukee Journal SentinelDELAFIELD, Wis. — By the slimmest of margins, town residents on Tuesday defeated a measure to borrow $4 million for a 14, ...
By Brittany Morehouse WUSA9MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — With most of precincts reporting, 54% voters in Montgomery County are voting "No" to a proposed ambulance fee. ...
Fire chief says without the fee, 89 career firefighters and paramedics could be laid off and 11 ems units destaffed ...
By Marcus Rauhut Public OpinionHARRISBURG, Pa. — Builders may get a temporary reprieve from a requirement to install sprinklers in new home construction.The state House will ...
By Eric Russell The Bangor Daily NewsBANGOR, Maine — The debate over whether the city should hire a private consultant to conduct a review of Bangor's police and fire ...
By Carl Lindquist The York DispatchHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania homebuilders could get a one-year reprieve from a controversial mandate that will require sprinkler systems ...
By Catherine Lucey The Philadelphia Daily News PHILADELPHIA — Residents slammed the city's policy of "rolling brownouts" at fire stations during a City Council ...
By Ryan Mills The Naples Daily NewsNAPLES, Fla. — Batman and Robin, Laurel and Hardy — some teams aren't meant to be split.That's not necessarily the case with police ...
By Lauren Stanfroth The Times-UnionSCHENECTADY, N.Y. — A crowd spilled into the hallway outside City Council chambers Tuesday night as about 200 people attended a public ...
By Amanda Dolasinski The York DispatchYORK, Pa. — A bill calling for longer prison sentences for those who kill or injure emergency responders in vehicle crashes is awaiting ...
By Lee Noble The Intelligencer Journal/New EraLANCASTER, Pa. — Two fire companies in southern Lancaster County are one meeting away from merging before the end of the ...
By Josh Jarman The Columbus DispatchMILLERSPORT, Ohio — Walnut Township trustees unanimously agreed last night to negotiate with the Millersport Fire Department, heading off ...
By Josh Jarman The Columbus DispatchMILLERSPORT, Ohio — The Millersport Fire Department could be closed this year under a plan by a Walnut Township trustee to create a new ...
By Andrew Miga The Associated PressWASHINGTON — A bill to give up to $7.4 billion to workers sickened during the cleanup of World Trade Center site after the Sept. 11 attacks ...
By Matthias Gafni The Contra Costa TimesMARTINEZ, Calif. — The Contra Costa Fire District expects to deplete its reserves by next fiscal year and is eyeing a June parcel tax ...
By Tom Lochner The Contra Costa TimesHERCULES, Calif. — The Rodeo-Hercules Fire District board passed a 2010-11 budget this month, over the objections of two board members ...
The Arizona RepublicPHOENIX — Dozens of Arizona cities, towns and fire districts have repeatedly missed out on state tax dollars meant to ease local spending for firefighter ...
By Andrew Miga The Associated PressWASHINGTON — Backers of a bill to provide up to $7.4 billion in aid to people sickened by World Trade Center dust are renewing their push ...