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Fire Departments in Pennsylvania Merge

When the Luxor station closes, equipment and funds will be split between Bovard and the Hannastown.

New York City Manager, Fire Chief Proposes One Engine Response

Ogdensburg city manager, also the fire chief, reduces structure fire response to one engine.

Junior Firefighters Train to Serve Pennsylvania Communities

“They’re the future,” Pecile said, in a world where volunteerism is dying.

The Shorthanded Aerial Operator

As we fight these fires with less and less staffing, we are all at a greater risk.

Board Approves Paid Staffing Increase for Michigan Fire Department

Two new positions in the Bedford Township Fire Department.

COVID-19 Spike Puts Oklahoma City Fire Department Back on Highest Alert Level

Striking a week before Thanksgiving, the latest move to a heightened alert is hitting firefighters hard, said Cameron Weems, the firefighters' union president.

New Orleans Fire, EMS Officials Face Difficult Times with Planned Budget Cuts

Interim fire department superintendent says technology and training will be used to keep up with current response times.

Maine Fire Department to Try On-Call Firefighters

There are not many firefighters responding to calls during weekday hours.

Pennsylvania Firefighters’ Union Fights Against Cuts During Pandemic

Bethlehem Mayor Bob Donchez’s 2021 budget includes eliminating four firefighters.

Fatal Fires Put Florida Union, County Commissioners at Odds Over Resources

Escambia County Professional Firefighters call for change in staffing and funding.


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