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Man Killed In Chestnut Hill Apartment FireFlames broke out just after 1 a.m. Saturday at the Chestnut Hill Village Apartments in the 7600 block of Stenton Avenue.
Hundreds Displaced After Fire Rips Through Construction Site In Center CityFlames broke out around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday at a bar and restaurant under construction at 13th and Chancellor Streets.
Fire Rips Through North Philadelphia Restaurant, ApartmentsFlames broke out around 1:15 a.m. Sunday inside a vacant apartment at a three-story building along the 2400 block of North Broad Street.
Philadelphia Fire Department To Receive Over $22 Million From FEMASenator Bob Casey announced that the Philadelphia Fire Department would be receiving some monetary aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Pa. Supreme Court Sides With City Over Giving, Retracting Promotions In Philadelphia Fire DepartmentThis long running dispute broke out more than two years ago, when Firefighters Local 22 pressed in court to compel the Nutter administration to fill open captain and lieutenant vacancies.
Building Fire In South Philadelphia Being Investigated As Possible ArsonPolice are investigating a suspicious fire that forced more than a dozen people from their homes overnight in South Philadelphia.
Phila. Fire Dept. and Red Cross Supplying Free Smoke Alarms To Needy HomesThe American Red Cross and the Philadelphia Fire Department are partnering in an effort to eliminate fire deaths in the city.
Spike In Suicides Among Philadelphia Firefighters Calls Attention To Pressures Of JobThe Philadelphia fire department has been rocked in the last six months by a sudden spike in the number of employees who have taken their own life.
EXCLUSIVE: More Issues With Philadelphia Fire Department's FleetEyewitness News has obtained a memo over safety concerns sent to members of the Philadelphia Fire Department.
Man Found Assaulted After House Fire In North PhiladelphiaAuthorities say a man who was found inside his home after a fire in North Philadelphia appears to have been assaulted.
Philadelphia Emergency Responders Recall Frenzy of Amtrak Crash Night"Controlled chaos would be an understatement," said police inspector Mike McCarrick, who runs the police department's East Division, where the derailment occurred.
Deadly Fire In Kensington Being Investigated As Possible Case Of ArsonFlames broke out around 6 a.m. at a three-story building at Kensington Avenue and East Willard Street.