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Mt. Vernon Economy Inn catches fire, investigation ongoing

MOUNT VERNON, Ill. (KFVS) - The Mount Vernon Fire Department responded to a fire at an Economy Inn on Route 37 in Mt. Vernon last night. There were no reported injuries or deaths; however, the damages to the building were significant. According to Chief Sargent, the fire started in one...
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Dartmouth Family Displaced by House Fire

DARTMOUTH — No injuries were reported, but a family of three has been displaced after a large fire engulfed a house in Dartmouth's Apponegansett Village early this morning. Dartmouth Fire District 1 Chief Peter Andrade said that at around 1:19 a.m., fire crews responded to a 911 call reporting a fire at 22 Mishuam Drive in South Dartmouth.
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Cumberland County Sentinel

Carlisle-area fire companies knock down two fires within 12 hours of each other

Carlisle area fire companies tackled structure fires in South Middleton Township Tuesday night and in Carlisle borough Wednesday morning. Around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, firefighters responded to a call at a storage unit facility on Petersburg Road near the Carlisle Airport. South Middleton Township emergency management coordinator Ron Hamilton said crews found a fire in one of the metal garagelike structures that ended up spreading to the others.

Man Seriously Injured In Edgewater House Fire

EDGEWATER, Md. (WJZ) — A man was seriously injured in a fire at his Edgewater home early Wednesday morning, Anne Arundel County Fire and Rescue said. A firefighter also sustained minor injuries. Around 3 a.m. Wednesday, units responded to the 200 block of Beverly Avenue, where they found a fire...

Edgewater Home Blaze Sends Firefighter and Resident to Area Burn Center; Causes $75K in Damages

The occupant of a burning home in Edgewater and a responding firefigther were both injured during the blaze which caused an estimated $75,000 in damages. Shortly after 3:00am on October 20, 2021, units responded to the two-story single-family home located on the 200 block of Beverly Avenue. Upon arrival, fire was found coming from a second-floor window in the front of the house. Officials say an active fire in a second floor bedroom was located and extinguished.
Port Townsend Leader

No one hurt in house fire on the Toandos Peninsula

An early morning fire Monday destroyed a home and a fifth wheel trailer on Sea Home Road on the Toandos Peninsula. Quilcene Fire Chief Tim McKern said the two residents escaped the blaze without injury. Quilcene firefighters were called to the fire just after 7 a.m. Oct. 18. "It was...
Kankakee Daily Journal

Beecher Women’s Club publishes cookbook

BEECHER — The Beecher Women’s Club has published a cookbook for the club’s 100th anniversary. Members of all ages have compiled their tastiest tried-and-true recipes into a single book that will be treasured by generations to come. The cookbook contains over 200 recipes — everything from appetizers to desserts. Each...

Massively Uplifting: Warframe fights cancer, Square Enix helps the Red Cross, and Extra Life 2021 looms

Summer has ended, school has started, and now the leaves have begun to fall as the air turns cooler. It’s a time of coziness and warmth. And what is better at warming you on the inside (besides hot chocolate, of course!) than the act of doing good deeds? Be it your own actions or hearing about those of others, charity and service drive out the chill and bring warmth to the heart and soul.

Looking Back at Hutchinson history

J.E. Bishop and O.A. Kline, representing the Minnesota Generator Co., will have one of their machines on exhibition at R.E. Marshall’s confectionery store, Oct. 26 in the evening. The new machine manufactures the new acetylene gas for lighting streets or buildings and the company controlling it is prepared to give practical proof of the superiority of acetylene gas over other fluids for lighting. Acetylene is a marvel if all that is claimed for it is true.

Louisville Area Red Cross Blood Drives Coming Up Soon

LOUISVILLE, KY — The coronavirus pandemic has put a damper on Red Cross blood donations at a time when the country needs to significantly boost its blood supply. The donation supply for certain blood types dwindled to less than a day's supply in recent weeks, according to the Red Cross.