Death benefits paid to the families of public safety officers who die in the line of duty would be increased under a bill approved unanimously by the Massachusetts House of Representatives on Wednesday.
A realtor has filed a lawsuit challenging the way Hyannis plans to pay for a new $20 million fire station.
When there’s a fire in the home of a child with autism it poses special challenges for parents and caregivers.
The fire, caused by ashes placed in a paper bag, did an estimated $80,000 in damage.
The roof caved in at the Merrimac Paper Company building in Lawrence on Monday.
More homeowners and businesses are turning to solar energy save money. That may be good news for the environment, but it is also concerning for firefighters.
A fire in a compost pile caught commuters’ attention Thursday morning in the Tewksbury, North Reading and Wilmington areas.
A 27-year-old homeless man has been arrested in connection with four arson fires in Hyannis this April.
Firefighters are battling a two-alarm blaze on Galen Street in Watertown.
I-Team cameras captured firefighters smoking outside of their stations. One after another, lighting up. And they could get fired.