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Shelter Island, NYRiverhead News-Review

UPDATE: Fire at The Dory

Shelter Island Fire Department Assistant Chief Anthony Reiter said a call came in at 6:13 p.m. Monday, for a fire at The Dory on Bridge Street. A Fire Commissioners meeting at the Heights firehouse was just breaking up when the call came in. Firefighters responded within five minutes of the...
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Franklin County, MARecorder

Montague Police Logs: June 27 to July 10, 2021

6:57 a.m. — Caller on Chestnut Street reports hearing a loud explosion-type noise and then the power went out. No odors. Officer Joshua Dobosz on scene. Turners Falls Fire Department determined a squirrel was the culprit. Shelburne Control contacting Eversource. 7:12 a.m. — Syringes (used and unused) and Narcan on...
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Harwich, MAcapecodtimes.com

Bystanders rescue boater in distress in Harwich pond

Two bystanders rescued a person who was reported to be in distress in Seymours Pond in Harwich on Monday, according to a Harwich Fire Department press release. The person was evaluated by Fire Department personnel and transported to Cape Cod Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, the release stated. The Barnstable County...
San Diego, CAcrimevoice.com

Second Suspect Arrested for Homicide in the Murder of Dante Lopez

SPRING VALLEY – The tragedy began on July 11th. A report of a shooting at approximately 11:15 PM immediately sent San Diego Sheriff’s Deputies to the 1000 block of Elkelton Boulevard. Upon arrival, responding Deputies encountered an adult male, shot down near the intersection at Crestmore. Lifesaving efforts were provided...
Sacramento, CAsacramentoinjuryattorneysblog.com

Sacramento Overturned Vehicle Reported in Solo Collision

Kiefer Boulevard Accident Results in Overturned Vehicle. An overturned vehicle accident in Sacramento on July 31 was reported with multiple injuries. The accident happened shortly after 7:00 a.m. along Kiefer Boulevard between South Watt Avenue and Julliard Drive. According to the accident report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), both parties were able to get out of the overturned vehicle.
Louisville, OHIndependent

New station for Fire Department on order in Louisville

LOUISVILLE – A new wall under construction in the city Fire Department garage is indicative of the structural shortcomings inside the building. It's prompting Louisville officials to relocate fire operations to soon-to-be built quarters. "We have to separate the fire gear from the firetrucks," Fire Chief Rod Bordner said, explaining...
Harwich, MAcapecod.com

New details: Good Samaritans rescue swimmer in distress in Harwich

HARWICH – A couple of Good Samaritans rescued a man from Seymour Pond in Harwich Monday morning. According to reports, the victim ran into distress trying to get back to a row boat in the pond off Pleasant Lake Avenue (Route 124). When Harwich firefighters arrived all parties were on shore. The man was evaluated by EMTs but appeared to be okay.
Winchendon, MAAthol Daily News

A Page from North Quabbin History: ‘The Fountain’ returns to Winchendon Fire Department

In the early 1900s, a hand tub named The Fountain was among the equipment used to fight fires in Winchendon. The hand tub was built by the Button Company in Buffalo, New York, in 1856 and was first used in Ontario, Canada, then refurbished in Blandford, Ontario in 1894 by the Waterloo Engine Works. In 1907, the hand pump found a home in South Hadley Falls and from there went on to become part of the Winchendon firefighting force in the early 1900s, according to retired Winchendon Fire Capt. Martin Brooks, a third-generation firefighter.
Falmouth, MAcapecodtimes.com

One man dead after car crashes into East Falmouth home

FALMOUTH — The driver of a car died in a crash into a home on East Falmouth Highway (Route 28) early Sunday morning. Falmouth Fire and Rescue was dispatched to the area of 780 Falmouth Highway at 2:05 a.m., according to Deputy Fire Chief Chad Absten. The home sits opposite...
Indiana Stateeaglecountryonline.com

Southeastern Indiana REMC Awards $47,430 to Community Projects

The next opportunity to receive an Operation Roundup grant is January 2022. (Osgood, Ind.) - Operation Round Up funds totaling $47,430 have been awarded to 23 recipients from the REMC’s seven-county service territory. This grant money is made possible through the generosity of the REMC membership by rounding up their monthly electric bill to the nearest dollar amount.
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