9/11 First Responders, Including Those In Philly, Call On Congress To Pass Bill Covering HealthcarePhiladelphia Firefighters Local 22, which sent dozens of members to the scene, made the appeal today.
Dozens Of AC Firefighters March Urging Officials To Finalize Grant And Avoid LayoffsThursday dozens of Atlantic City firefighters and their families marched around City Hall urging officials to sign a federal grant that could fund 85 at-risk jobs for at least the next two years.
Collingdale Firefighters Working To Help Fellow Firefighters In Sierra LeoneCollingdale, Delaware County, firefighters are busy answering an urgent rescue call from their fellow firefighters thousands of miles away.
Hostages Held Captive By Fellow Firefighter Describe Frightening MomentsLogan says he was among four firefighters ordered onto the floor by Jordan, who fired a shot into the wall, six inches away, telling his hostages,"next time I won't miss."
Ex-Firefighter Accused Of Taking Several Hostage Inside Elkins Park FirehouseA recently fired volunteer firefighter took four people hostage inside a firehouse in Montgomery County Tuesday before he surrendered and was arrested.
Philadelphia Firefighters And Police Face Off In 'Battle Of The Badges'Philadelphia police and firefighters are gearing up for an epic battle – against each other!
Atlantic City To Apply For Firefighter GrantLate Friday, the firefighters' union and city administration pushed through a deal to reapply for that grant, but with a level of staffing below what the grant requires.
Philadelphia's Firefighters Union Addresses Investigation Into Alleged On-Duty Sex In Fire DepartmentJoe Schulle, president of Philadelphia Firefighters and Paramedics Local 22, revealed for the first time details about an investigation by the Philadelphia Inspector General into allegations into on-duty sex among male members and a female member at firehouses and inside at least one fire department vehicle.
Fire At Historical Building In Old CityFirefighters were able to quickly control an electrical fire that started inside a historical building in downtown Philadelphia Tuesday morning.
Death Of NJ Firefighter Inspires Push For Measure That Would Ensure Health Insurance Coverage For Families Of First RespondersHunter’s situation compelled New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D- Mount Laurel) to file Bill A4062 which would allow families of firefighters, police and EMT’s who died on active duty to keep their health insurance for an extended period.
Fire Tears Through Vacant Homes In KensingtonFirefighters battled a fire that broke out inside a home in Philadelphia early Thursday morning.
Surviving Fire: Close The Door, Say ExpertsWhen you're asleep, you're most vulnerable to a fire in your home. Most fatal fires start in the middle of the night.

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